This is a non-issue. Analysis has shown that children are born to parents who, statistically, can have more children. The cost benefit ratio is such that beyond a certain level of capital investment into a child, the investment will not yield a substantial outcome. It therefore logically makes sense to both the parents as well as society, that up to a certain age, there is no benefit in investing large sums of money just to keep a child alive. It therefore follows that the child be replaced by a new unit capable of withstanding certain biological challenges without the need for medical care. In the long run, society benefits from these choices as it produces a class of people that will produce much with little investment.
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