Woman complains to have her eggs released



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Artificial insemination: woman complains about the release of her eggs. A young widow is suing the Rostock Higher Regional Court (OLG) for the return of her fertilized eggs. She had stored these in a clinic in Neubrandenburg before her husband died in a traffic accident.

(April 19, 2010) A young widow is suing the Rostock Higher Regional Court (OLG) for the return of her fertilized eggs. She had stored these in a clinic in Neubrandenburg before her husband died in a traffic accident. Now the young woman from the Neubrandenburg region is demanding the surrender of the material resulting from artificial insemination. Because in August of last year the district court in Neubrandenburg prohibited the publication. The court based its decision on the fact that there would otherwise be a violation of the Embryo Protection Act. The Embryo Protection Act came into force in 1991 to regulate in-vitro fertilization and is intended to help respect human dignity and life in relation to economic and scientific interests. Among other things, the law prohibits the fertilization of egg cells with the semen of the deceased.

The young woman, on the other hand, argues that her husband only died after being fertilized by a motorcycle accident. Then, logically, the egg cells were not artificially fertilized with the seed of a deceased person. This reveals a legal loophole that the OLG Rostock must now close.

Basically, the Rostock judges of the OLG chamber have to decide whether the cells that are currently frozen in Neubrandenburg can be regarded as fertilized or only when they are thawed. Not an easy task, as there has never been a case like this in Germany. (Thorsten Fischer, naturopath osteopathy)

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