Widow wins substantial court battle to protect dead husband’s sperm

Beth Warren

Beth Warren outside the high court in London. Photograph: Ben Stevens/i-Images

A widow has won a high court battle to protect her late husband’s sperm.

Physiotherapist Beth Warren, 28, from Birmingham, challenged a storage time restrict imposed by the United kingdom fertility regulator.

She mentioned the limit meant she had small in excess of a year to conceive employing sperm her husband Warren Brewer, who had cancer and died aged 32 two many years ago, had placed in storage.

Warren, who utilizes her late husband’s very first title as her surname, asked a large court judge to determine no matter whether the sperm could remain in storage for a longer period.

Mrs Justice Hogg, who heard evidence at a hearing in the family members division of the large court in London in January, ruled in Warren’s favour on Thursday. Warren gasped when the judge announced her selection.

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