Atlas Agency – 04.05.2022 22:00
When a woman or couple undergoes assisted reproduction, embryos are created to achieve pregnancy. The remains are cryopreserved at minus 190 degrees. More than 600,000 are accumulating in clinics, according to the Spanish Fertility Society, 12 percent have refused. Every two years, owners are notified to renew their consent to donate the remaining embryos for adoption, use for research, or destruction, which is not always easy to do legally. Experts ask to change the law. It is difficult to keep embryos frozen, but their fate, the clinics say, is an ethical imperative. -Drafting-
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