"The advances in the functional capabilities of these electronic products make them 'necessary' in the workplace," Lawrence said. "The decision to ignore the facts of the overseas production of the electronic tools is not necessarily unethical for a company using such products. Corporate social responsibility is composed of economic, legal, ethical and philanthropic responsibilities, in descending order of obligation. Economic responsibility comes first, and these products are needed to run the business. So using them is not unethical for the company."
If we had stopped medical progress in 1978, Louise Brown, or the 5 million . babies that have come after her, would never have been born. Egg freezing is yet another significant medical advance. For some women it will be the right answer; for others it will be unnecessarily risky business. But, like all medical breakthroughs, full and informed consent, coupled with comprehensive, fair policies that make similar benefits available to those who need it to build their families now, will make this welcome, rather than questionable, medical progress.