Monthly Archives: May 2016

‘Coming out’ as a Donor Conception Family

My Saturday morning reading always starts with the Family section of The Guardian.  If the sun is shining and I can sit in the conservatory then that’s a blissful bonus.  This Saturday there was a different column in place of … Continue reading

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A tale of two conferences

I had hoped that last week’s conference on Assisted Reproduction: Emotional and Identity Implications for Parents and Children would be more enlightening than I found it actually was.  It was clear that the organisers had only recently stumbled on the … Continue reading

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