Monthly Archives: August 2011

Donor Sibling Registry about to hit 8,500 people matched!

We hit 8,499 this morning. Any one out there who has been waiting to post on the DSR want to be the 8500th match?* Our 11th anniversary is on September 3rd- so it’s a nice anniversary milestone! *We do estimate that … Continue reading

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Thinking of Becoming a Sperm Donor?

4 Things You Need to Consider Before Donating Sperm 1)  Do you already have children? Have you considered the possibility that your children will have half-siblings?  Sperm banks are not required to keep records of live births from a single … Continue reading

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Sean Tipton, Listen to the Donor Families

In the Council for Responsible Genetics Article from yesterday (http://tinyurl.com/3fax2pu), I read this: “The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), which represents fertility clinics across the country, thinks Washington is intruding on donors’ privacy. “Most people, both donors and recipients, … Continue reading

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How Many Egg Donor Children in the US?

Can anyone tell me how many children there in the US that have been born using donor eggs? I have been sent to pages of detailed CDC and SART reports to dig through numbers, several other websites, several documents with … Continue reading

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