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As such issues relating to invitro fertilization are tough, and in
addition to that, this lady's limitations are overwhelming.I,for
one,certainly dont have adequate knowledge about litigation here, but can
definitely tell that this fight is indeed more of human nature.Having had
ovarian cancer, she certainly did have this as her last chance, to which
her partener obviously complied at that time.Now that they are no longer
together,cannot the partener understand her situation?He still can have
many more children but can she?Should break ups between couples stoop to
this level where you refuse to acknowledge the pain of the other?After all
they did live together,they must have enjoyed each other's company
sometime,they must have dream'nt together about a home and family!What
could have happened so drastic that they both continue to fight and waste
time while their labour of love awaits destruction?
Nothing compare's to a child's innocent laughter in this world ,more so,if
he/she is laughing for you!
Its hightime that both forgive and forget,embrace their rows and embryos
ofcourse, and smile.......smile with their child!