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All is possible these days but is medicine/science getting anti
-Imagine men and women being on their own with no family ties. -
It sound like a disaster in the making. Most fatherless children have one
mental problem or the other.
-Reseachers should look into this. Are there true fathers and mothers in
this decision makings?