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Couple's Court Fight Over Frozen Embryos Could Set Precedent

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One divorced San Francisco couple’s fight over the fate of frozen embryos could set a legal precedent in California for how to deal with fertility technology. Mimi Lee and Stephen Findley created five embryos and froze them after she was diagnosed with cancer and shortly before they married. They’ve since divorced and now disagree about what to do with the embryos. We’ll discuss the latest developments in the trial and how it could impact future cases.


David Magnus, director of the Center for Biomedical Ethics and professor of medicine, biomedical ethics pediatrics at Stanford University

Judith Daar, professor at Whittier Law School and clinical professor of medicine at UC Irvine


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