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Fetal photography becomes popular despite potential health hazards

While theologians, jurists and social activists debate the issue of when a fetus becomes a person, some politicians and expectant parents are now using new forms of imaging to define personhood photographically. But ultrasound technology, which can reveal embryonic facial features as…

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