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How the Alabama In Vitro Fertilization Case Exposes the Wild West of Assisted Reproductive Technologies

Elijah Nouvelage
Elizabeth Goldman, an in-vitro fertilization patient at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, holds up a photo of her daughter who was born via the procedure during a roundtable with U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra on February 27, 2024 in Birmingham, Alabama.

COMMENTARY: If nothing else results, the facts of the case give an indication of the present state of lawlessness within the $8-billion child-manufacturing industry.