To the Editor: Superficially, de Crespigny and Savulescu make a compelling case for clarifying late-term abortion law.1 However, at a deeper level, it is disappointing that alternative points of view were not discussed in their article. The only solution offered in the case of a potentially imperfect child is to abort the pregnancy and try again. Unfortunately, this ignores several important issues.
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