Fertility doctors move embryos to other states in Roe vs. Wade Impact case

Fertility companies and patients are carrying embryos and making contingency plans Roe v. Wade in the event of a turn And some states extend abortion laws to protect fertilized eggs in laboratories.

Of the 3.7 million babies born in the US in 2019, more than 2% were conceived through in vitro fertilization, Latest federal data show, Fertility experts said that many embryos created through IVF are not viable, and those that are not eventually transferred to the uterus may be discarded. Some fertility and legal experts stated that loss or abandonment of an embryo may be criminalized by laws that prohibit abortion from the moment of fertilization or that confer personality rights to the fetus.