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HFEA will not appeal Court's decision in Beth Warren case

The HFEA says it will not appeal a ruling by the High Court to preserve Beth Warren's late husband's sperm.

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Beth Warren decision: Fertility clinic supportive of widow's fight to keep late husband's sperm

The CARE fertility clinic has offered support to a widow from Milton Keynes who wants to be allowed to have more time to decide whether to conceive a child using her dead husband's sperm.

The High Court will decide later today whether Beth Warren can keep the sperm in storage for longer than the April 2015 deadline.

The frozen sperm is currently stored at the CARE fertility clinic.

“We were very sad to hear of Beth’s situation and empathise with her plight.

CARE are totally supportive of Beth but we must work within the regulatory framework.

We hope that today’s judicial review will grant her the reassurance she needs at this very difficult time.”

– Prof. Simon Fishel, Managing Director, CARE Fertility

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