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There are two sides to every story and there is no exception for the matter of abortion Pro-choice and pro-life advocates have had debates and arguments for decades with no concrete answers to the questions both sides have been asking During the entire verbal dispute in very few arguments have there been any points about the future of the woman and childOne of the fundamental debates that pro-choice and pro-life advocates have is when does life begin This question has been debated for as long as the controversy over abortion started From a pro-life perspective life begins at conception and therefore the embryo is considered an unborn child Since the unborn child is considered human in every meaning of the word it naturally has all of the same rights as a child that has been born No civilized society permits one human to intentionally harm or take the life of another human without punishment and abortion is no different Scientifically speaking personhood does not begin at conception like all pro-life arguments state If a fetus is removed from the womb before 24 weeks it will most likely die because there is a 39 survival rate If the fetus cannot survive outside of the mothers womb is it really alive Is it really a person On the flipside abortions can occur when the baby can survive outside of the womb This is most commonly done in Canada England Wales New Zealand Scotland Sweden and the United States If pro-choice arguments say that babies are not aborted when they can survive on their own yet in many countries this still occurs where is the moral line and how many people tiptoe along it before they cross When a baby is being aborted even though it may be able to survive outside the mothers body why is human rights not considered then The pro-life perspective cannot logically hold because when considering life at conception an embryo cannot
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