A Victorian widow has been refused the right to impregnate herself with her dead husband's sperm because she did not have his written consent to do so.
The landmark decision, handed down by Victorian Supreme Court judge Kim Hargrave, was the first time an Australian judge has had to make a finding on the issue of whether a woman can use her dead partner's sperm to have his child.
Justice Hargrave also found that under the Human Tissue Act, the dead man's sperm should not have been removed in the first place.
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