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    The ethical case for non-directed postmortem sperm donation
    with Nathan Hodson
    Journal of Medical Ethics 46 (7): 489-492. 2020.
    In this article we outline and defend the concept of voluntary non-directed postmortem sperm donation. This approach offers a potential means of increasing the quantity and heterogeneity of donor sperm. This is pertinent given the present context of a donor sperm shortage in the UK. Beyond making the case that it is technically feasible for dead men to donate their sperm for use in reproduction, we argue that this is ethically permissible. The inability to access donor sperm and the suffering th…Read more