According to Ly, with the development of the in-vitro fertilization system and the overall progression associated with the same, there has been a series of debates in respect to its bioethical considerations (2013).
Arguably, designer babies have been an adverse concept that is yet to find a place within the natural happenings of the system and increase the prominence of the same. With the increased rate of integrating Into Vitro Fertilization (IVF), there has been a steep inclination within the associated needs of specifications. Observably, the development of babies using scientific measures was initially formulated and specified for developing the diverse range of development related to the same (Turriziani, 2014). However, these developments are noted to be creating an adverse impact on the natural course of events and subsequently, resulting in an adverse effect on the natural process of the development of babies. The initial integrations within the system of IVF for developing babies have further been initiated with the effective use of science to produce a healthy baby. Hence, the use of such progressions can be argued as not hampering the ethical needs associated with the same. Conversely, the initial progression within the same and the changes in the use of such practices are identified as unethical, as it has been acting as a threat for the natural course of development of embryos and altering the natural course of events, suspected to be imposing significant influence on infant
mortality (Turriziani, 2014).