Mimi Lee, a breast cancer survivor, wants custody of the embryos because she says they are her last chance to have children.
Closing arguments beginning in the battle between a divorced couple over their frozen embryos. pic.twitter.com/1pCFMcIvLv— carolyn tyler (@ctylerabc7) August 4, 2015
She signed an agreement with a man who was her husband at the time and UCSF.
The embryos were to be destroyed if the couple divorced and her ex-husband wants the contract honored.
The case is a key legal test of spousal rights over frozen embryos when couples split.