Objective: Having practiced skillful explication of texts in the first assignment, and critical analysis of arguments in the second assignment, you will now practice how to develop your own arguments relevant to bioethics topics.
Background: In the last few years there has been a growing interest in applying genome editing techniques to human embryos. Developing and evaluating the safety and efficacy of these techniques for clinical use (i.e. in reproductive medicine) would require producing large numbers of human embryos for experimental use only. These experiments require human eggs. Those eggs must be fresh and of “high quality,” meaning that they have passed quality control tests. Once a woman is identified as having high quality eggs, she may be invited and paid (but not required) to go through up to six cycles of superovulation in order to supply as many eggs as possible.
There has long been a market for human eggs in the US for reproductive purposes, but for almost two decades the state of California has had a law that limits compensation for egg “donation” for research to a small amount of money. This makes it difficult for researchers in that state to find women who will supply eggs, and thus virtually impossible to acquire the large number of human eggs required for embryo editing experiments. Some states like Oregon and New York do not impose limits on how much researchers can pay women for providing their eggs for research, giving researchers in those states a competitive edge.
A proposed bill in California would remove limits on how much researchers can pay women for their eggs.
Assignment: Make a well-reasoned argument either in favor of or against this change in law. Be sure to be systematic in laying out your argument, offering clear premises, justifying your assumptions, and showing how they build to support your conclusion.
Then, in a short paragraph, offer the strongest objection you can think of to your own argument.
Finally, offer a response to the objection. Your response should be consistent with, and should build upon, your original argument.
Your essay should be in standard format: Times or equivalent, 12 point, 1 inch margins, double spaced, and no more than two pages in length.
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