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Dr. Debrovner was associated with NYU's Medical center (see also NYU Medical Center). He (at least in earlier years) used Repro Lab to get sperm from, which was located next door. He is open to phone calls: Cell: 646-206-6078 and Home: 212-874-5071
Donor was likely a medical student affiliated with NYU in the 1970's-80's since to date my sibling set was born between 1976 and 1989, and sperm freezing only began in the mid 1980's as an option. There may be other siblings as well. Background was likely European and possibly British/Irish.
I was born in 1988 in Manhattan NYC via Dr. Charles Debrovner's clinic in Manhattan NYC. I was likely conceived around Feb/March 1987. I have fair hair (red/blond), fair skin and dark blue eyes and am a 5"6' male.
The donor may have been pale skin and fair haired. He may have had some Jewish ancestry with Eastern European ancestry from Poland, Czech Republic and Slovakia. He may have been a medical student and was potentially a runner in the Boston or have ties to both NYC and Boston. Would any of this sound familiar? Are you on 23andMe DNA or Ancestry DNA to see if there is a potential sibling match? Thank you.
Donor speaks French and Wolof (from Senegal, Africa) Donor had two brothers, one of whom appears to be very close in age (or a twin) and of similar height and coloring. Father of the donor was a manager at a major computer firm. One of the donor's brothers was a computer programmer and the other brother was a phone manager. Both of donor's brothers have one son and one daughter.