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The limits of choice

Chinmay Shah

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2007.039


Human beings seem to value choice — a house of one’s own choice, chosen friends, clothes of one’s choice, and so on. Many people, fed on choices, believe they should also be allowed to choose the sex of their child. In the past, this was done by killing the newborn baby girl. While this practice continues, technology now helps people to choose the sex of their child with prenatal diagnostic techniques.

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