Widow's frozen embryo case in High Court

Widow's frozen embryo case in High Court
 

The widow of a Falklands war veteran who is trying to prevent the destruction of their frozen embryos takes her fight to the High Court on Wednesday.
Samantha Jeffries, from East Sussex, said she just wants "to be a mum" and the embryos are her "last chance" of having her dead husband's child.
Her husband Clive died suddenly of a brain haemorrhage in 2014 aged 51.
Written consent for the storage of their remaining embryos has expired.
Embryos, like sperm and eggs, can be stored for a maximum of 10 years before couples must renew their written consent.
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28 September 2016 in Regional, Views: 45
Source: BBC
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