A widow from Milton Keynes will find out today if she will be allowed to have more time to decide whether to conceive a child using her dead husband's sperm.
Beth Warren has gone to the High Court to request the sperm is not destroyed next April, allowing her more time to make her decision.
Her husband Warren Brewer died of cancer in 2012.
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