Can children be born from dead bodies or not? Research started in this institute of India
Can children be born from dead bodies or not? Research started in this institute of India"

Bhopal: For the first time in India, research is being done on whether children can be born from the sperm present in the dead body. For in-depth research in this regard, the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has entrusted this task of finding life in the dead body to AIIMS Bhopal. According to the report, Bhopal AIIMS will be the first institute in the country, which will do this type of research. The report of this research, which will last for 3 years, will be submitted to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR).

Associate Professor Dr. Raghavendra Vidua, Dr. Arneet Arora and Additional Professor Pathology Dr. Ashwani Tandon have started work on this research from 1st January last. The process of procurement of technical equipment for this research is in progress. For this, the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has also approved a budget of Rs 35 lakh. The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) had given permission to this project in the year 2020 itself, but due to the corona virus, the project could start in January 2022.

Let us tell you that the main goal of this research is to move the family forward. If a young person has lost his life due to a road accident or any other way, but the family wants to carry forward his family from him, then in such a situation children can be born with the help of the dead person's sperm. In research, it will be found out how long sperm can survive in a dead body. How much is the acceptance of this arrangement for the female of the family in Indian society. For how long after the death of a person sperm can remain motile and by what average their number decreases. There is currently no research on such questions in India. Guidelines have been made in some western countries regarding this.

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