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UK National Sperm Bank Stops Recruiting Donors

October 28, 2016

(The Guardian) – Britain’s first national sperm bank has stopped recruiting new donors only two years after it opened, amid reports that it had successfully signed up only seven men during that time. The National Sperm Bank (NSB) has been struggling to meet the costs of continuing to recruit, having started up with a £77,000 government grant in October 2014.

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