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January 18, 2010

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Eric

Brave New World isn't as far off as we thought.

Liz

There are so many "advancements" that seem to go faster than our ability to figure out how we feel about it morally and ethically. I'm thinking, off the top of my head, about cloning and fertility treatments. Though the latter, particularly, has made parents out of people who wouldn't have been a generation ago, just think of the conflicts over embryos, and other situations, such as the long-ago Baby M case.

You make some interesting points -- poeople worried about their next meal probably are not overly concerned about ADHD. With a daughter who's ADD, though, I'm really happy that Adderall exists.

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