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crying over spilt seed

By Diogenes (articles ) | Jan 15, 2004

A front lines report from the wonderful world of emancipated bio-technology, in today's Boston Globe:

For Richard J. Gladu Jr., his then-wife's decision to initiate a pregnancy he didn't want -- using one of those frozen embryos created with a donated egg fertilized with his sperm -- sent his life into a downward spiral. Now, in a case that legal experts say has major implications for the mostly unregulated world of fertility clinics ... Gladu has sued the clinic that helped his wife have a child without consulting him.

The embryo will turn eight in September.

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  • Posted by: leila - Jan. 15, 2004 3:01 PM ET USA

    Because... she doesn't have any money, having been married to a loser like him?

  • Posted by: - Jan. 15, 2004 1:47 PM ET USA

    Why not sue his wife?

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