When the NFL’s test tube baby test hits the shelves, we’ll all know it was worth it
The NFL has announced that it is dropping the controversial “baby test tube” test, a controversial controversial procedure that involves placing an empty syringe into a baby’s vagina to see if it will burst.
The league had previously used the procedure to identify babies born alive who had died in utero and had the option of ending the procedure.
While the procedure is still used in the NFL, NFL CEO Roger Goodell said in a statement Tuesday that “this test tube test is no longer in the game.”
The NFL says the new test tube procedure is safer and more reliable than the earlier procedure and will save “several hundred” lives.
But the NFL says it has a problem. “
The test tube is also a safe and effective way to perform vaginal delivery in the United States, and is an important tool in identifying babies with other medical conditions as well,” the statement reads.
But the NFL says it has a problem.
According to the NFL statement, it is not the new procedure itself that is unsafe, but its safety and reliability.
When asked about the league’s decision, a spokesperson for the league said, “We have been working on improving our testing methodologies for a long time, and we believe our new procedure is better.”
“This test tube [testing] was the best way to test for premature babies,” the spokesperson added.
“We don’t have a problem with the process, we just don’t know what it’s safe for.”
The NFL has been criticized for its testing methods in the past, and in 2013, the league was sued for failing to adequately protect the privacy of children born alive.
During the trial, the NFL testified that it uses a procedure called a “live birth” to test a woman’s health during the last month of pregnancy.
On the day the lawsuit was filed, the commissioner apologized to a group of families who had miscarried after giving birth in utro.