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Sudden death: ethical and legal problems of post-mortem forensic genetic testing for hereditary cardiac diseases. Elger, B S; Michaud, K; Fellmann, F; Mangin, P (2010-03)Hereditary non-structural diseases such as catecholaminergic polymorphic ventricular tachycardia (CPVT), long QT, and the Brugada syndrome as well as structural disease such as hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) and ...
Murphy, Timothy F. (1995-10)The motives and consequences of harvesting sperm from brain dead males for the purpose of effecting post mortem fatherhood are examined. I argue that sperm harvesting and post mortem fatherhood raise no harms of a magnitude ...
Kerr, Susan M.; Caplan, Arthur; Polin, Glenn; Smugar, Steve; O'Neill, Kathryn; Urowitz, Sara (1997-06)PURPOSE: We determined the prevalence of requests for postmortem sperm procurement and the degree to which procurement is performed by those working in the field of infertility. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Structured telephone ...