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Londoner Oli Benjamin, 21, was hoping his first meeting with his biological dad Daley Dunham, who lives in California, would be like a scene from a film, but he's decided he doesn't want a relationship with him. A British man who went looking for his sperm donor dad was shocked to discover he has 25 half-brothers and sisters in the US. Oli Benjamin, whose story is being told in a new BBC documentary, was born in after his mothers decided they wanted to have a child via IVF and embryo transfer. His mum Jody and her female partner conceived him with an American donor, who remained anonymous, at a clinic in San Francisco, and when Oli turned 18 he began his search for his biological father. The Londoner, who works in the events industry, eventually found his dad Daley Dunham, but after flying to California to meet his new-found relatives he decided he was "not interested" in having a relationship with his father because they were just "too different". He was contacted by a woman named Jordan who said she was his half-sister.
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Sperm donors should waive anonymity, fertility regulator says
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The UK's fertility watchdog has called for a fresh debate on reversing the ban on paying egg and sperm donors. Head of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority, Professor Lisa Jardine, says proper payment may persuade more donors to come forward. More and more British couples are going abroad for infertility treatment since the ban on payments was introduced. Professor Jardine told the Times she felt a "responsibility" to look at the ban on selling donated eggs and sperm again.
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'We couldn’t afford fertility treatment so we risked finding a sperm donor on Facebook'
Sperm donations taken from men after they have died should be allowed, a study says. The analysis, which is published in the Journal of Medical Ethics, claims that opt-in post-death donations could be a "morally permissible" way of increasing the stocks available. However, there is a growing shortage of donations around the country because of strict regulations.
The UK's first national sperm bank has stopped recruiting donors less than two years after its launch, it has emerged. The National Sperm Bank said it was unable to fund further donor recruitment, having successfully only taken on seven men. It was set up in October with a government grant to tackle the shortage of donors, particularly at NHS clinics. The Department of Health say the NSB's demise will not affect people's access to safe sperm donation services. The aim was for the bank to be financially self-sufficient within one year.