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At what age is a human fetus considered to be a child rather than just a mass of cells?

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At what age is a human fetus considered to be a child rather than just a mass of cells?

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  1. Victor Strong

     According to various sources and definitions, a human child is able to live outside of its mother's womb with mandatory medical aid is 28 weeks (almost 7 months). This couldn't be further from the truth for some who believe that something close to six weeks, when the baby's heart begins pumping blood and beating was the starting point.


    Your opinion is yours and it is one of the most widely discussed and debated topics possible. Read up on fetal development and make your own decision regarding this topic. Best of luck.

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