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Female Foetus Can Survive More Stress

...ademy of Sciences of the US, researchers concluded aborting boys might be a way to maximize the odds of survival of the bloodline. According to them, only weak foetuses were selectively targeted by the mother's body, giving more robust males every opportunity to thrive. They also said that actively culling...

Female Foeticide Continues To Be On Rise In India

...and the use of technology better, but also because aborting a girl child has become accepted in the society," said Bedi. He also said the problem had intensified because medical tests had become cheaper. Added Behram Anklesaria, president of the Federation of Obstetrics and Gynaecological Societies of In...

Unholy Grail Found?

...ve stroke patients. This will involve killing or aborting a human fetus at a 12-week-old stage and transplanting his or her stem cells into the brains of patients. Stem cells can be found in embryos and have the capacity of morphing into any other type of cell type. This in turn can develop into a wide ra...

Quack of Gurgaon Confesses of Aborting 250 Female Fetuses

...shocking disclosure, a quack here has confessed to aborting over 250 female fetuses, adding he has lost count ...and charged Rs.1,000-1,500 from each client. After aborting the fetuses, he used to dump the undeveloped body parts into the sewage tank," Ramphal Singh told IA...

India to Monitor Pregnancies to Check Girl Foeticide: Report

...be conducting outlawed sex-determination tests and aborting female foetuses. In a gruesome discovery last month, dozens of tiny bones were found in the septic tank of a clinic belonging to a man posing as a doctor in wealthy Gurgaon, a suburb of the Indian capital. The suburb is part of a state with one o...

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