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Comment: Re:Actually not really a problem (Score 1) 374 374

We've just been through the process too, in California.

We both signed a contract to say what should happen to leftover frozen embryos in various situations, including if we were to break up. We chose to donate them for research in all cases. Other options included donating them to other couples, or having them destroyed.

I'd assumed this sort of contract was standard practice, if only to protect the embryo storage company from this sort of dispute, let alone the patients. Apparently not.

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