Posthumous collection and use of reproductive tissue a committee opinion

The ethical implications of the use of posthumously collected reproductive tissue are discussed.

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Ethics Committee of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine

Volume 99, Issue 7, Pages 1842-1845, June 2013

Abstract

The ethical implications of the use of posthumously collected reproductive tissue are discussed.

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