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GETTING A FECUND CHANCE

A growing number of Israeli parents want to surgically remove sperm from their dead sons in hopes of passing on their genes

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LONG WAY HOME: Asher and Irit with their son, Omri, who died in a car crash when he was 25, four years ago. The parents are now looking for a surrogate to carry his child.
SHAHAR FAMILY

EVERYWHERE I look inside Irit and Asher Shahar’s house, I see their dead son: His face greets me from the framed photos on the wall, a bronze statue by the kitchen and on a medallion around Asher’s neck.

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