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Australian Widow Allowed To Use Deceased Husband’s Sperm To Have A Baby

by | July 9, 2019

In a welcoming move by the Supreme Court of Queensland, an Australian widow has been granted permission to use the deceased husband’s sperm in order to have a baby. Know more about it, here.

Australian Widow Allowed To Use Deceased Husband’s Sperm To Have A Baby
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Australian Widow Allowed To Use Deceased Husband’s Sperm To Have A Baby

Australian, Jennifer Gaffney has been granted permission by the Supreme Court of Queensland, to use the sperm of her deceased husband to have a child. Dr. Gaffney and her late husband Daniel, already have a son together before Mr. Gaffney passed away on a work trip from a heart attack. 

Nine News has reported that the Supreme Court found that there was enough evidence to support Dr. Gaffney’s claim that she and her husband had intended to have more children together before he passed away suddenly. 

Dr. Gaffney and her husband had been together twelve years, married for five, and had already had a child together named Nate. Dr. Gaffney also visited a specialist for her second appointment on the day her husband, unfortunately, passed away. 

Nine News further reports that this is not the first case of its kind in Queensland, and that Toowoomba woman Ayla Cresswell was also granted permission to use her deceased husband’s sperm to grow their family in 2018. 

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Amanda Fisher

Digital Writer | Gold Coast, Australia | [email protected]

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