In vitro fertilization is considered from multiple ethical positions and whether or not it is limited to disease prevention or used for genetic enhancement. The first can be in line with most ethical theories provided time and resources are allowed for the technology to be provided for all. The latter seems to devalue humans and remove compassion for the disenfranchised.
"The Ethical Viability of In Vitro Fertilization,"
Dialogue & Nexus: Vol. 2
, Article 8.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.acu.edu/dialogue/vol2/iss1/8