When Ruby Torres found out she had cancer in 2014, she knew that chemo and radiation treatment could destroy her fertility — so she didn’t take any chances. The Phoenix, Arizona, woman quickly married her fiancé and prepared to undergo in-vitro fertilization (IVF), freezing several embryos that the pair could later use.

Torres survived her treatment. Her marriage didn’t. And her ex-husband, who filed for divorce in 2016, no longer wanted to use the still-frozen embryos.

After a judge...

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