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Abortion No one has the right to choose what is wrongAbraham Lincoln Abortion is one of the most highly debated issues of our time Several questions arise from the midst of this multi-faceted jumble of opinions morals and strongly held values When does the fetus become a person as opposed to a mass of tissue Is abortion acceptable in some circumstances while not in others These are points I will strive to clarify and share my thoughts and beliefs on My beliefs briefly outlined are as follows a baby is a baby at the time of conception It has all the rights of a child outside of the womb-including the right to live Why do I believe that an unborn baby is a person In the split second that sperm and egg unite to create a zygote genetic codes are formed These codes dictate a persons height hair colour eye colour and even many personality traits The blueprint for a human that will eventually be made up of over 64 trillion cells all contained in a package no bigger than the point of a pin Unborn babies are de-humanized by pro-choice activists They use euphemisms to make the brutal dismemberment and killing of a human baby into termination of fetus Try to find a pro-choice pamphlet that uses the word baby or person to describe what is being removed The baby is often described as being merely tissue Lets examine the reality of saying that a fetus is not alive Sex can be determined in a preborn 3-7 days after fertilization Dr Jerome Lejeune MD The human heart beats at 21 days Dr William Liley Foetologist At 8 weeks a preborn is sensitive to touch and pain Human Development Resource Council Inc 1996 Brain waves have been recorded in as early as 37 days Dr William Liley Foetologist Fingerprints are detectable in preborns at 10 weeks Human Development Resource Council
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