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Some of these CLI donor numbers are also
being found under International Cryogenics, ReproMed, Ltd. (Canada), Reproductive Resources, Follas, and University of Nebraska. CLI started out as Genetic Laboratories in 1970 and was the first private sperm bank in the U.S. (founded by John Olson). It changed to Cryogenic Laboratories in 1976. Archives mention that they were able to freeze sperm in the 70's. A former donor (from early 70's to mid 80's) remembers seeing pins stuck in a map with the locations of where the sperm was shipped back in the early days, and the pins were all over the map, thoughout the whole U.S. and maybe more. Even Alaska. In March of 2002, CLI was bought out by Genetics & IVF Institute Family of Cryobanks, the owners of Fairfax Cryobank, but it still has its own facility. Fairfax and CLI may share some donor numbers, but they are for different donors.
The registry describes him thus: as looking Scandinavian, although much of his ethnic ancestry is English, Irish, and German. "He is above average in physical appearance, has fair to medium complexion and has allergies to dust. He has good eyesight and does not require corrective lenses although he has a slight astigmatism. Although he appears to be in great shape, he exercises only occasionally. He actively participates in individual sports such as water and snow downhill skiing. He has one brother and one sister and multiple birth has occurred in his family history. Musically, he plays the clarinet and listens to various rock and new age music. He can't draw or paint. His math skills are average and he has good mechanical skills. He speaks French and Japanese and will be teaching English in Japan for a few years. He describes himself as an intellectual who is sensitive, happy, friendly, well-adjusted and laid back. He values the time spent with friends and loved ones. Family, friends, nature and the environment are important to him. He feels that he has a special talent in being a good listener and is able to and enjoys learning different cultures. His ultimate goal in life is to achieve happiness through the end."
"He became a donor with CLI in order to help facilitate his college education and in doing so, determined that he was able to help those individuals who were experiencing infertility. He would like the progeny resulting from TDI to realize that their parents loved them enough to go through the difficult procedures in order to conceive a very special person."
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Dec 12 1992
Updated on 03/22/19
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sibling matches, and
donor to offspring matches for this donor.