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Donor insemination and the dilemma of the ‘unknown father' (Der unbekannte Vater: Zum Problem der Samenspenderidentifizierung)

By Eric Blyth

Abstract

As has been the pattern worldwide, donor insemination - and other forms of donor conception - in the UK has been characterised by anonymity between donors and recipients - and between donors and their donor-conceived offspring. In addition, donor-conceived people in the UK seemed rarely to be informed about the means by which their family was built. Later today we will be seeing Barry Stevens’ excellent documentary Offspring that provides an excellent commentary on DI as practiced in the UK until quite recently

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