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Embryos

The Arizona Supreme Court ruled that the lower court improperly found that a divorced woman could keep embryos created by her and her former partner, finding that the embryos should have been donated to another couple under the terms of a contract both parties signed at the fertility clinic. 

PHOENIX – The Arizona Supreme Court overturned a judgment that let a divorced woman keep embryos created by her and her former partner, finding that the embryos should have been donated to another couple under the terms of a contract both parties signed at the fertility clinic. 

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