Scientists across the globe have been experimenting with artificial wombs — using what look like giant plastic bags to incubate premature-born animals. So far, researchers have found enough success with animals, like lambs, that they may soon try this method with human babies. But, many wonder where you draw the line when it comes to the ethics behind this.

Author and Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center Noelle Mering explains why she’s worried the wrong people could utilize artificial wombs for the wrong reasons and shares the dangers she fears may come with replacing a woman’s role in pregnancy and childbirth.

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