Thursday, April 9, 2009

Post-Mortem Sperm Recovery

Lest we think that some of the more unusual methods of assisted reproduction never actually take place, here’s an example of post-mortem sperm recovery with the intent to use it to impregnate a surrogate mother:

In this case there would be no apparent non-paternal event, since the biological father would be known, but a family history research of the future might wonder at the birth of a child so long after their father’s death.

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