In the age of artificial reproductive technology, extracting sperm from dead men is possible — and it happens more often than you might think. In Australia there have been a series of court cases centred on whether sperm can be removed from a corpse and given to a grieving partner, so they can one day use it to fall pregnant. While each case is different, they all raise a string of complex legal and ethical considerations. In the past two years, David Riwoe, a lawyer based in Toowoomba, has represented two clients seeking to extract sperm from a late partner. She successfully applied to the Supreme Court hours after his death to extract his sperm.
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The juvenile male whale died Thursday on Seilebost beach on the Isle of Harris in the Outer Hebrides, according to Dan Parry, the administrator of a Facebook page that aims to keep nearby Luskentyre beach free of trash. Workers from the Scottish Marine Animal Stranding Scheme SMASS , which collates data on stranded marine animals around Scotland, discovered a huge ball of debris in the whale's stomach during the necropsy, according to a post on its Facebook page Sunday. Among the debris -- which seemingly came from "both the land and fishing sector," SMASS said -- were sections of net, plastic cups and tubing.
A British widow has made legal history by using her dead husband's sperm to try to conceive a child — even though it is still against the law. The high-flying businesswoman had his sperm extracted without his consent in an 'act of desperation' while he was in a coma and close to death with a heart condition. It is against UK law to take, store, transport and use in IVF a man's sperm without his written consent.