Gamete preservation
 

Gametes can be stored without any adverse ethical considerations. Only embryos have some objections. Gamete can be stored in frozen conditions for over 200 years with the use of liquid nitrogen or solid carbon dioxide. They can then be subsequently thawed and used for in vitro fertilisation and birth of the offspring of the person who owned them and has died many years before.

 

 

 
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