Professor Judith Daar publishes article on legal complexities of assisted reproductive technologies, February 5, 2016


“Death, divorce, bankruptcy, satisfaction with the existing family, or a decision to forego further treatment can mean that embryos remain frozen without a clear path for their future. It is estimated that over 4 million embryos are maintained in frozen storage in the U.S. Given the U.S. divorce rate steadily hovering at 50 percent, it was inevitable a handful of these tiny cell clumps would become the subject of high-profile litigation.”

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