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What to know about Alabama's IVF ruling

The Alabama Supreme Court designated that embryos are now legally considered children, creating an uncertain future for IVF patients, who could theoretically be sued for destroying frozen embryos.

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    Doctors and patients fearfully proceed with IVF after Alabama court rules embryos are children

    Doctors and patients fearfully proceed with IVF after Alabama court rules embryos are children

    According to the decision, people in Alabama could theoretically be sued for destroying a frozen embryo, raising questions about in-vitro fertilization.

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