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The majority of the extensive debate surrounding posthumous sperm procurement (PSP) focuses on how to respect the deceased man and his autonomy. Policy and law also focus on the deceased's interests, specifying the level of consent required. This article argues (using four hypothetical fact situations) that consent should not be the sole focus of ethical debate. Instead, a fuller picture should be examined, including the wishes and values of the prospective sperm donor; the future life andpmid:19010005 fatcat:semzlixhc5e7fo3xhy2utyb6rm