Kinda funny how that works. Too bad it can't make up for the devastation of the one-child policy.
Interesting how the article frames the situation:
Experts said having more than one fetus in the womb increases the risk of complications to both mother and the unborn babies, thus couples shouldn't take fertility drugs without consulting doctors.
Meanwhile, fetal medicine is being offered at more hospitals in China. It views a sick fetus as a patient. Fetal specialists offer in-womb screening, diagnosis and treatment.
Isn't that quaint.
In one of the most pro-abortion countries in the world, a fetus is a baby. And a sick fetus is a patient.