The sperm donated by a fertile man who is not the recipient’s partner. Currently, therapeutic donor insemination (DI or TDI) is one option when the male partner has severe abnormalities in the semen parameters.
Calgary Fertility Clinic in Hot Water After Refusing to Help with Mixed-Race Babies
The Ethics Committee of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine Has Released a New Report--Misconduct in Third-Party Assisted Reproduction
The Ethics Committee of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine Has Released a New Report- Misconduct in Third-Party Assisted Reproduction
Use of Donor Sperm by Lesbian Couples Increases After Gay Marriage Legal
Author Interview with Diane Ehrensaft, Ph.D.
Help Get The Word Out - Link to ReproductiveFacts.org
Interests, obligations, and rights of the donor in gamete donation
Disclosure of medical errors involving gametes and embryos
Using family members as gamete donors and surrogates
Third Party Reproduction (booklet)
Age and Fertility (booklet)
Recommendations for gamete and embryo donation
Bibliography for Children and Parents of Third Party Reproduction
Disfunción sexual e infertilidad
Opciones de fertilidad después de la vasectomía
Pruebas diagnósticas para la infertilidad masculina (Diagnostic tests for male infertility)
Recommendations for practices utilitzing gestational carriers
Annotated Bibliography for Children and Parents of Assisted Reproduction(2)
MHPG Web Resources
Misconduct in third-party assisted reproduction
Infertility Counselor Before Using Donor Gametes
Oversight of Assisted Reproductive Technology
Q10: What if my eggs don’t fertilize?
Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
Infertility treatments, including IVF and similar procedures, account for approx 0.07 percent of U.S. health care costs
Gamete And Embryo Donation: Deciding Whether To Tell
Infertility Counseling and Support: When and Where To Find It
Age and Fertility
Third-party Reproduction: Sperm, egg, and embryo donation and surrogacy
09-2013 Case of the Month
Gamete (Eggs And Sperm) And Embryo Donation
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