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Published: Thursday, May 5 2011 6:09 p.m. MDT

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My2Cents
Kearns, UT

This story sounds like someone is trying to make it a crime to have miscarriages and lose a fetus. It doesn't take a doctor to understand that sometimes babies are just not fit or properly developed to become humans.

Or are doctors looking for a new species to add humans to Darwin's theory of evolution and looking for the new species of man? Unnatural interference of natural events is as dangerous as gene splicing babies in the womb. Trying to prevent these natural miscarriages is not a good idea, no matter how much parents want a child. It's all about doctors trying to pretend to be a god.

Kalindra
Salt Lake City, Utah

@ My2Cents: "Unnatural interference of natural events"? Are you against medical care in general, or just medical care for pregnant women?

This story does nothing to make it sound like it is a crime to have a miscarriage - this story makes it sound like miscarriages are heartbreaking events for the parents and families involved that may be avoidable if women receive proper medical attention.

Why is that such a bad thing?

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