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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.
Has 2 siblings:
Sister-blonde, blue, 5'9''-interested in veterinary
Sister-brown, hazel, 5'9''-interested in health care
Other special skills/talents/abilities:
Very athletic. I played sports and danced since I was three years of age. I am a quick learner and do not have to try hard to learn new things, it seems as though they come natural. I am a doer and a leader.
Why be an egg donor:
My fiance and I have decided not to have children together. He has three and I treat them as my own. I would like the opportunity to give back to individuals who are in need of assistance.
Important qualities for Intended Parents:
Responsible, loving, and are having kids for the right reason. They also need to be adamant about maintaining their relationship which I believe is imperative to being good parents and demonstrating what a good relationship looks and sounds like to their children.