Jacqueline Mroz

author, “Scattered Seeds: In Search of Family and Identity in the Sperm Donor Generation”

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Unlike Europe, the U.S. has few rules and oversight around sperm donation. That means one man can biologically father dozens of kids.

When U.S. sperm donation goes unregulated, what does it mean for the kids?

Unlike Europe, the U.S. has few rules and oversight around sperm donation. That means one man can biologically father dozens of kids.

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