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A newborn Elizabeth Carr with her parents
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Elizabeth Carr, who became the first baby in the United States to be born through in vitro fertilization in 1981, penned an impassioned essay condemning a recent Alabama Supreme Court decision that labeled frozen embryos as legally equivalent to "children."

The ruling, which allows couples to sue for "wrongful death" in cases of destroyed frozen embryos, has raised significant questions about the legal and ethical implications surrounding reproductive health.

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