Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 7 (2):213-214 (1998)
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This is an interesting case in that posthumous reproduction involves complex legal and moral problems. But I do not think it is a hard case, because there is no indication that the patient wished to parent a child with his woman friend, posthumously or otherwise



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