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AMA wades into lesbian court battle

By Thumper 26 September 2007 25

Following much discussion regarding expensive twins, the SMH is reporting that the Australian Medical Association (AMA) is warning that the ACT risks becoming a litigation tourist destination if the law is not changed to prevent people suing over the birth of healthy babies.

This is after a lesbian couple sued a prominent Canberra doctor for the cost of raising one of their children.

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Maelinar 2:00 pm 28 Sep 07

Vanity and Farming bonfire.

IVF – when we look at the history of where it came from, is artificial insemination of cattle. So a cow got inseminated… Yet another meat unit in farming terms.

bonfire 1:38 pm 28 Sep 07

i would argue that all IVF is a pointless waste of money.

its not as if humans are a vanishing species on the brink of extinction.

the only justification for all fertility treatment is vanity.

some people cant have children. thats very sad for them, but shoudl all the science invested in coming up with a solution be bettter used on some other malady affecting humans ?

BigDave 1:27 pm 28 Sep 07

Seems like a lot of people around here disagree with you.

3 or 4?
That’s not a lot of people. Hardly the majority…

Ingeegoodbee 7:19 pm 27 Sep 07

Who would have guessed that a pair of butt-ugly pinko lesbians would want to sue because their tidy little well manicured patch of trendy alternate lifestyle got muddled up with two rather than one liitle darlings – does anyone know if the babies were both of the same sex? No prizes for guessing which one they diddn’t want if one of ’em is a boy!

GnT 3:49 pm 27 Sep 07

Another one who disagrees. That’s 3 or 4 single people.

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