Many sperm donors are angry that ta guarantee of anonymity will be removed by retrospective legislation.
The UK's new National Sperm Bank has been struggling to find volunteers.
A new Australian documentary gives voice to donor-conceived Australians now seeking fathers.
Couples are far from indifferent about genetic links.
A Virginia 'sperm donor' has been granted custody of his genetic child after deciding he wanted to be a father.
A lesbian couple was misled about the superior qualifications of their sperm donor.
The international sperm bank industry is growing at a remarkable rate, analysts report.
The German Supreme Court has ruled that children of any age may request the identity of their biological father.
You’ve heard of hook-up sites for people who just want sex, but not marriage and kids. But sites for people who just want kids, but not marriage and sex?
Has sperm donation made the status of fathers obsolete? Several items popped up in the media this week which give different answers.
The UK has given a new twist to the one of the oldest arguments for trade protectionism, coddling an infant industry, by launching a national sperm bank.
IVF doctors have updated guidelines for gamete donation in the light of a growing recognition that offspring have a right to their genetic heritage.
There are calls for a change in birth certificate regulations after a woman conceived by sperm donation had her adopted father erased as parent.
An investigation at the University of Utah is testing the presumption that IVF clinics are delivering babies who are the biological children of their clients.
A policy of non-anonymity may even be socially harmful.
“The strange tale of how 500 women were helped to conceive after the first world war”.
At Thanksgiving comes the latest instalment, Delivery Man.
An unnamed woman in the UK has been jailed for five years after artificially inseminating her 14-year-old adopted daughter in order to get another child.
Should parents be required to tell donor children of their origins? An influential British think-tank says No.
The government health agency in Denmark is reconsidering its policy on the anonymity of sperm donors after failing to prevent the transmission of disease through sperm banks.
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