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In 2005, the UK joined Iceland, Norway, Finland, Sweden, Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland, and Australia, in banning anonymity for donors. In these countries, the number of donors has risen since the policy change. In Canada, anonymity is still optional and selling sperm or eggs is prohibited. In the USA, assisted reproduction is unregulated, 80% of sperm donors are willing to be known. And parents may even chose their child's gender.
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Bertold Paul Wiesner was a biochemist who first developed hormone replacement therapy (HRT).
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Bertold Paul Wiesner said that with artificial insemination we could get 20,000 babies a year from one man, but he thought that 100 was a good number to stop at.
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Barry's new-found half-brother lawyer David Galancz was at the forefront of Britain's new laws banning anonymous donors.
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