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Now you can identify Sperm and Egg donors

The British government, in a landmark decision, has ruled that henceforth donors of sperms and eggs can be identified if both the donor and recipient desire so. However if the donor feels not to reveal his/her identity, it will not be revealed. Prior to this ruling the identity of the donors of sperms and eggs have always been withheld. This would be a major ruling with far reaching consequences.

The communiqué released by the government says the name, address, educational background; interests and so on will be given on request. However this will be done only after getting prior permission from the donor. If for some reason the donor wishes to remain unidentified, these details will be with held.

Currently, people over 18 and children over 16 years of age can find out if they were born from donated sperms or ova. And this new ruling will come into force only in the New Year and only after extensive debating by the decision makers. However the ruling is not retrospective- so old donors will not be identified. Only people who donate after the new rule comers into effect will be identifiable
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