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Such images portray them as living and cute, ethereal and exquisite, a similar representation to the images of beatific sleeping infants that are so common in popular culture (Lupton 2013b, Morgan 2006c). Paradoxically, however, they rely upon previous dissection work performed by scientists that involved the use of dead embryos and foetuses. Without this ‘gritty’, ‘grisly’ and ‘bloody’ work, there would be no understanding of the appearance of the unborn body apart from that offered by the less detailed x-ray or ultrasound image (Morgan 2006c).
Despite the College’s statement, Reagan’s speech inspired an anti-abortion activist and physician to make the notorious anti-abortion film ‘The Silent Scream’ (Dubow 2011) (see Chapter 2 for further discussion of this film). The development of IVF in the 1970s was another technological initiative that wrought transformations in the ways in which the unborn were configured. The first ‘test-tube’ infant, Louise Brown, was born in the UK in 1978 after decades of experimentation. For the first time, unborn entities that could survive artificial processes of conception and implantation and mature into infants were successfully created in the laboratory, resulting in new ways of thinking about and treating them.
Pregnant Germans routinely undergo an ultrasound at each prenatal check-up, resulting in a total of 11 or 12 scans per woman by the time the infant is born (Erikson 2007, 2012). 1057/9781137310729 Imaging the Unborn commodification of ultrasound technologies as part of private enterprises allows pregnant women to undergo as many ultrasounds as they can afford. For example in Vietnam it is not uncommon for pregnant women to undergo as many as ten or more ultrasound scans during their pregnancies, even though the official Vietnamese Ministry of Health policy recommends scanning only for those pregnancies in which complications have been diagnosed (Gammeltoft and Nguyễn 2007).
The Social Worlds of the Unborn by Deborah Lupton (auth.)