Published in Pharma Law Weekly, February 15th, 2005
It became compulsory in June 2004 in the Netherlands for all sperm donors to be identified. The Fertility Center at Leiden University Hospital has run a double-track system since 1994 allowing couples to choose either an anonymous or an identifiable donor whose details would be available to children when they are 16.
In the U.K. from April 2005, all children conceived via donors will be entitled to have identifying information when they are 18.
The Dutch study...
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