Consent contract donate history search sperm written
There is currently no mandatory nationwide egg donor registry in the United States and no coordination between different clinics. The more minor issue of genetic predisposition to medical conditions cannot necessarily be solved by identifying the donor. He has just been found and is so happy to have contact and now that he knows about his offspring wants to find them all. And that you would even know and socialize with them unawares. Why is it selfish to want to know?
They can have DNA testing along with their prospective partner to identify any consanguinity. So what is a reasonable fertility center to do when it comes to donors? You want to punish the donor when there are solutions readily available. It is about the age old wisdom that mating should be between members of diverse gene pools for the benefit of the human population and its future. You now support the breach of this agreement and the privacy of the man involved. It trumps the right of privacy, the right to expect a contract and government promise of privacy to continue.
It is unfortunate for the donor and all donors in this situation; as the system has perpetuated this problem not any error on their behalf, however to ignore the real implications of the current status quo is to hide our heads in the sand. It would be a useful piece of information to possess before escalating the rhetoric to "immeasurable multiplication". Or is respect only demanded of men? The emotive and negative language used in the article is against the sperm donor not the children. She was given a provisional acceptance, had an interview with a nurse and a psychological consultant, and then had blood drawn for final eligibility checks. We seem to be all about the individuals rights , but at the expense of several individuals rights. Else she is highly likely a creep that treats children as her selfish right to have, that overrides the reality of her situation or life style choices.
Draw the line of where this should be changed? You are the exception, not the rule. Seeing the topic under discussion is whether to change an existing law to provide for a type of individuals "right", it seems rather difficult to continue. Maybe link donations to a number where if you have health concerns in the future it can be reported to the clinic etc. Some time later the non biological mother objected and because he did not have a piece of paper but a verbal agreement only his name was taken off the birth certificate and access was barred.