A 60-year-old woman in Britain wants to carry the frozen eggs of her deceased daughter who died of cancer. She hopes to give birth to a grandchild. A court is allowing the woman and her husband to appeal a ban on their efforts. CBS News legal expert Rikki
Published: 2021-04-14 06:49 am
Mother fights to carry late daughter's frozen eggs

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