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'''In-vitro Fertilization''', or '''IVF''' is a technique of creating [[life]] by fertilizing an [[egg]] outside the [[human]] [[body]]. It is used when traditional [[pregnancy]] cannot be achieved.
 
'''In-vitro Fertilization''', or '''IVF''' is a technique of creating [[life]] by fertilizing an [[egg]] outside the [[human]] [[body]]. It is used when traditional [[pregnancy]] cannot be achieved.
  
This technique has the potential to benefit families by blessing them with children, but it is typically only used by [[liberal]]s, since it often ends up creating many babies that are allowed to [[Death|die]] when the parents only want to care for one.
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This technique has the potential to benefit families by blessing them with children, but it is typically only used by [[liberal]]s, since it often ends up creating many babies that are allowed to [[Death|die]] when the parents only want to care for one.{{fact}}
  
 
[[Conservatives]] have created a program to adopt the abandoned babies, sometimes over the objections of liberals who believe they "own" the babies, and therefore have the right to "disregard" (that is, kill) them. [http://www.snowflakes.org]
 
[[Conservatives]] have created a program to adopt the abandoned babies, sometimes over the objections of liberals who believe they "own" the babies, and therefore have the right to "disregard" (that is, kill) them. [http://www.snowflakes.org]

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In-vitro Fertilization, or IVF is a technique of creating life by fertilizing an egg outside the human body. It is used when traditional pregnancy cannot be achieved.

This technique has the potential to benefit families by blessing them with children, but it is typically only used by liberals, since it often ends up creating many babies that are allowed to die when the parents only want to care for one.[Citation Needed]

Conservatives have created a program to adopt the abandoned babies, sometimes over the objections of liberals who believe they "own" the babies, and therefore have the right to "disregard" (that is, kill) them. [1]

The Catholic Church is opposed to the process because it separates procreation from sexual intercourse, as well as for the above mentioned negative side effects.