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AustraliaWidow wins right to use dead husband's sperm to conceive a second child

10:26  21 june  2019
10:26  21 june  2019 Source:   abc.net.au

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A Queensland widow has been granted the right to use her late husband ' s sperm to conceive their second child and provide a sibling for the couple's son. This can sometimes happen if you have Internet connectivity problems or are running software/plug-ins that affect your Internet traffic.

Widow wins right to use dead husband's sperm to conceive a second child© ABC News Outside court, Jennifer Gaffney said she was 'absolutely delighted' with the court's decision.

A Queensland widow has been granted the right to use her late husband's sperm to conceive their second child and provide a sibling for the couple's son.

Widow wins right to use dead husband's sperm to conceive a second child
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UK-born couple Jennifer Gaffney, an anaesthetist, and Daniel Gaffney, a dermatologist, had been together for more than 12 years and had a toddler son.

Just hours before her husband died suddenly while on a work trip on the Sunshine Coast, Jennifer Gaffney had been at a meeting with a fertility specialist to start the process of trying for another baby.

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Widow Jennifer Gaffney wins the right to use her late husband ' s sperm to conceive their second child after he died suddenly on a work trip.

Recently widowed Jermimah Moylan, left, plans on using her dead husband Sebastian's, right , sperm to have a babyCredit: GoFundMe. In June this year, a British mum living in Australia was given the right to use sperm extracted from her dead husband ' s body to have a second child .

Daniel Gaffney's sperm was extracted the day after he was found dead.

A coroner gave verbal consent for the medical team to remove testicular tissue from his body and it was placed in storage for preservation.

Jennifer Gaffney applied to the Supreme Court in Brisbane to grant her permission to use the sperm to conceive another child and it was approved today.

Justice Sue Brown described Daniel Gaffney's death as "tragic" and said the evidence showed the couple both wanted to have more children.

"[Jennifer] is firmly of the view that not only is it what Daniel would want, it is what she wants in his absence," Justice Brown said.

Not an emotional reaction to grief

The court heard Jennifer Gaffney wanted to have a second child to provide a sibling for her son.

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Queensland woman seeks access to dead husband ' s sperm to have second child 2019-06-18 2019-06-18. A Queensland widow has been granted the right to use her late husband ' s sperm to conceive their second child and provide a sibling for the couple's son.

Before dying of a brain tumor, Mike Parke froze his sperm . His wife, Kady Parke, gave birth to two children .

The judge acknowledged she had "carefully and rationally" considered the decision to have a second child and it was not an emotional reaction to grief.

Outside court, Jennifer Gaffney said she was pleased with the court's decision.

"I'm very grateful to the court for their time and consideration for my application and I'm absolutely delighted with the outcome," she said.

"The last seven months have been by far the most challenging time of my life — I now want to privately prepare for the future with the support of my wonderful family and friends."

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