LONDON, Aug 23 (LSN) – A government commissioned report from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists is suspected to recommend the requirement of all health authorities in England to fund in-vitro fertilization for women under 35. Despite the necessity of sacrificing conceived human (admittedly tiny) babies with the procedure as well as the huge cost involved, IVF zealots are pushing that the proposal be extended to cover women beyond 35.  For more see the BBC at:


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