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Sperm Donor Offspring:: Identity and Other Experiences | Paperback

by Lynne W Spencer (Author)


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Binding:  Paperback
Publisher:  BookSurge Publishing
Page Count:  166 Pages
Publication Date:  September 09, 2007
Sales Rank:  2908131st


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Sperm Donor Offspring: Identity and Other Experiences explores the universal life experiences of adult donor offspring, people conceived from the use of anonymous sperm donation. The knowledge we gain from the sperm donor descendants themselves about their life experiences is relevant for donor offspring and families, medical personnel, counselors, educators, and for policy and regulation of donor insemination and other reproductive technologies.

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