5. Suppose that you discover that your child suffers from some minor genetic defects that can now be treated quite safely and easily. Would you take care of it? Suppose that this technology becomes quite common in the future, even for things which are not necessarily “defects.” And suppose that the majority of the people are taking advantage of it, such as stronger immune system, increased memory capacities and so on. If you choose not to go through the procedure (yourself as well as your children), then possibly you or your child might be at a social disadvantage (competing against “genetically enhanced” individuals). Would you still refuse the treatment? Why or why not?
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