Posthumous sperm retrieval (PSR) is a new and unconventional use of cryopreservation technology. Cryopreservation was used to preserve the human sperm for future use for the treatment of infertility in men by medical processes. In 1980, sperm obtained in the post-mortem state was first reported. The sociopolitical implications of PSR and the case law surrounding its use have increased in the last several years.
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