I agree with you in as much as our society/governments are not investing money in that area of research and not paying for the procedures. IMO modern reproductive technologies should be considered cosmetic surgery, because the people having them done are doing it for superficial reasons. They want to do it, fine, but not on my tab.
Nearly half Western civilisation has back problems after age 40. How is someone with a back problem going to deal with constantly lifting their child and playing games with them? I think it's a disservice to childhood.
But would I ban it, no.
With longevity increasing, women live long enough to see a child to adulthood when giving birth into their sixties. One argument against conceiving late in life is that it will be hard on the kids because their mom will be to much older than their friend's moms to make friends. This argument is ridiculous. It is not a requirement to be the parents of you child's friend. My mom didn't conceive late and she wasn't chums with my friend's parents. She just had nothing in common with them other than their kids were friends.
With current technology age is no problem. Sometimes age make for better parenting.