By lmkwp2 on April 12, 2008
If any of you are wondering whether or not the donor conception industry favors the idea of donor-conceived people being able to connect with their genetic relatives, Dr. Adamson, who is president of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (overseers of the sperm banks) said at the March 2008 symposium, “Registries can be discriminating,” indicating that a lot of traditionally conceived children don’t know their parentage, so why should gamete donor children? As long as this type of logic passes in a room full of medical, mental health, and legal professionals, we are not going to see any movement.