In , while in his first year of medical school, Bryce Cleary of Corvallis, Ore. He believed his sperm would be used for a research study on fertility that would produce no more than five children from his sperm. Cleary says the university also promised that his identity would be kept private and the children would not be in the region. In the spring of , Cleary was contacted by two adult sisters who claimed Cleary was their father.
A doctor donated sperm 30 years ago. Now he has at least 17 kids, lawsuit alleges
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CNN When an Oregon medical student was asked to donate sperm in , he was promised that only five offspring would be born -- all on the other side of the country -- according to a lawsuit alleging a clinic violated the agreement by allowing the birth of at least 17 babies, among other alleged violations. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. More Videos Sperm donor sues fertility clinic over excess children
Some sperm donors may be in such high demand that it may be difficult to purchase them from the donor list. You may want to consider being placed on our waiting list if the donor you selected always seems to be "out". Please familiarize yourself with our Waiting List Policy.
Limited OHSU anonymous donor sperm is still available for purchase. The current list of donors, profiles and availabilities are maintained by the OHSU Andrology lab sperm bank coordinator. All prospective sperm donors must have a minimum educational background and are extensively screened following guidelines established by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, the American Association of Tissue Banks and those established by the FDA as of May 25, A three generation medical history is taken and reviewed by a medical geneticist.