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Dr. Charles Debrovner, Clinical Professor. He started practicing in 1961. See also separate listings for Dr. Debrovner, Charles. being there were only 3 or 4 places in the sperm bank business in the early 70's, Idant and CLI (formerly known as Genetic Lab) are possibilities for sperm banks used then. CLI sperm would have been frozen and shipped from MN. http://www.med.nyu.edu/people/debroc01.html gives information on Dr. Debrovner. NYU Fertility Center is also part of New York University Medical Center. That is located at 66o First Avenue, Fifth Floor New York, NY. Phone is 212-263-8647.
Dr. Frederick Licciardi and Dr. James Grifo are part of NYU Fertility Center. That website is http://www.nyufertilitycenter.org/ivf/.
My mother's doctor was Dr. Irwin Weiner. His office is now long closed. This was in the early 70s and at the time his office was located at 614 2nd Avenue at 34th Street. However, he was affiliated with NYU Medical Center. I was told my donor was Jewish and a NYU Med student. There were a few donations in late 1972 (Dec.) and early (Jan.) 1973. I was born October 1973. I have dark (almost black )hair, pale skin and brown eyes. I am also very thin, which I did not seem to inherit from my Mom. I am 5"2'. I am searching for my sperm donor or any possible siblings.
Pilot, flight trainer, waitress, was soon to attend a culinary institute.
Hiking, professional dog walker, swing dancing, batiquing, drawing, reading.
The egg donor had studied architecture in college for two years and anthropology for one with a minor in French; communications. The donor was engaged at the time. Her mother was born in New Mexico and her father was born in Kentucky; she was born in the south. She had a sister, a half-sister, and a half-brother.
He was supposed to have been a New York University/Bellevue medical student or resident who took Dr. O'Leary's class. In recently speaking to another person who was conceived via Dr. O'Leary, I'm not sure that his promise that the donors were all med students (or that they were all under 30) was really accurate so he may have another profession. I don't have many details. It was informal so there was no donor number. If he were a medical student or resident in 1972, I would guess he was born around 1942-1950. I've discovered he must be Ashkenazi Jewish from my own DNA testing, as this heritage doesn't match anyone else in my family.
Wavy strawberry-blonde hair. Fair Complexion, freckles. 5'3", 145lbs. Seasonal allergies, caffeine sensitivity.
DONOR INFO KNOWN:
Non-frozen sperm were used at the NYU medical center clinic (located in a Bellevue building). Insemination by Dr. Gerson Weiss in March 1984.
Don't have any more information! Contact me if you have any info/thoughts.
She took courses in marketing, PR, Software, computers.
She said she was soon starting work for an Israeli company in New York.
She likes yoga and dance. She did modern and ballet for 14 years. She also likes to paint, draw, and sketch. She described her passions as dance, political engagement, and travel. She also loved history and would want to be a history teacher if given the .
The donor was born into a medium sized family in Israel. Both her parents were born in Europe, Her mother Hungary, and her father in Poland but grew up in Holland. Her mother works in quality control with software before it is released. Her father is an MD nephrologist and works in a large hospital in Israel. The donor also has a sister who is very musically talented and in the donors words will change the world.
The donor did not go to the military army because she believes the army is wrong and is a big system with no care for the individual. She told the psychiatrist that she refused to shoot a gun and would be a bad soldier. It was decided she was not army material. Instead of the army, the donor worked for a company that does large format digital printing. She took a microsoft training course offered by the company during her employment. The donor came to the U.S for 6 months where she worked as a babysitter and dog walker. When she came back to Israel she went back to the old job for 10 months. Part of her job was sponsoring charitable events for the company. The community service that she did was volunteer in a shelter for abused wives and collect donations for Southern Refugees.
She moved back to New York City from Israel to live with her boyfriend, who was an American actor. Soon after moving, she donated her eggs. She said she wanted to donate her eggs because of a close male friend in Israel and an aunt who went through infertility treatment.
After donating three times to NYU, this donor donated three times in 2016 + at New Hope Fertility Center; it was at NHFC that I conceived a beautiful, almost three-year-old daughter whom I would like more than anything to give a sibling.
We would be grateful for any eggs, or embryos for adoption.
Her mother is Irish/Czech and her father, German-Jewish/ Israeli. She considers herself Jewish. She has written for a public relations company and then for a popular music magazine. She donated to get out of debt and to finance her own world travel while helping others. She has donated at least twice at NYU. She has one sister and her parents are alive.