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Donor conception: what to do about birth certificates?

By Eric Blyth

Abstract

One of the questions facing legislators considering changes to UK legislation regulating the provision of assisted conception procedures is the extent to which formal measures may increase the likelihood of donor-conceived people being informed about their origins.\ud \ud The background to these considerations includes the 2005 legislative change enabling a donor-conceived person to learn the identity of his or her donor and research evidence indicating that relatively few parents of donor-conceived children (and, in particular, heterosexual parents using donor insemination) inform their children about their conceptio

Topics: HQ, H1
Publisher: Progress Educational Trust
Year: 2007
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.hud.ac.uk:3629

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