By Princess Chukwuneke
In a time where egg and sperm donations face rigorous screening, Simon Watson, 41, appears to have found a way around it.
Watson has been an unlicensed sperm donor for 16 years, claiming dual benevolence for his actions. On one hand, he hopes to save prospective mothers from paying exorbitant treatment prices at licensed fertility clinics, which could go up to £1000 per treatment cycle. He charges only £50. …
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