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Why Are So Many British Women Travelling Abroad for Fertility Treatment?

(The Telegraph) – On 1 April it will be 10 years since a UK law was passed allowing children to discover the identity of their sperm and egg donors once they turn 18, and since then the numbers volunteering to donate have fallen. In Spain donors can remain anonymous and there is no shortage. “IVI was able to find a donor with my own blond hair and blue eyes, something never offered to us in the UK,” Sophie said.

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