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A review of family donor constructs: Current research and future directions
Human Reproduction Update
This review addresses research on gamete donors, recipients, and offspring and demonstrates that the foci on all three within the triad are largely directed at disclosure or anonymity; and each in turn centers on the perceived importance of the genetic link. The importance attached to genetics has led some countries to review the ethics of anonymous gamete donation (e.g. New Zealand's 'open system' of information sharing) and has led other countries (Sweden, Austria, Victoria, Australia; thedoi:10.1093/humupd/dmi038 pmid:16172110 fatcat:u7vfpn6lrngbblk2r2rk7jwc3a