San Francisco woman fighting to save embryos faces key deadline

Peter Skinner walks with his client, Mimi Lee, who is in a court battle with her ex-husband over their five frozen embryos, in San Francisco, Calif., on July 13, 2015. (KGO-TV)

A San Francisco woman fighting to save her frozen embryos is facing an important deadline.

Lawyers for Mimi Lee and her ex-husband are supposed to file paperwork Friday to tell a judge what they think the ruling should be.

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Lee, who is a breast cancer survivor, wants to use the embryos to have children.

Her ex-husband wants the embryos destroyed, per a previous binding agreement the two signed if the couple got divorced.

Once a judge hears from both attorneys, a decision should come within three months.
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