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1 Bio News
The principal aim of BioNews is to provide accurate, balanced and timely news and comment on genetics, assisted conception, embryo/stem cell research and related areas.
2 The British Infertility Counselling Association
The British Infertility Counselling Association is the only counselling body in the UK with accredited, specialist infertility counsellors offering therapeutic support and counselling which focuses on the implications for people considering donor conception.
3 British Fertility Society
A national multidisciplinary organisation representing professionals practising in the field of reproductive medicine.
4 Donor Conception Network
A self-help network of over 1,300 families created with the help of donated eggs, sperm or embryos; couples and individuals seeking to found a family this way; and adults conceived using a donor.
5 Donor Sibling Registry
The only worldwide registry connecting donor offspring to their half siblings and/or their donors. The DSR has helped connect more than 7871 half-siblings (and/or donors) with each other, including the offspring of Donor 150.
6 Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA)
The UK's independent regulator overseeing the use of gametes and embryos in fertility treatment and research.
7 HFEA – Review of Donation Policies
The aim of the review is to ensure HFEA policies do not pose unnecessary barriers to the supply of donor gametes, whilst facilitating safe and effective donation and protecting the interests of all affected (donor conceived people, donors, parents and recipients).
8 Infertility Network UK
The UK's leading infertility support network.
9 National Gamete Donation Trust
Provides information mainly for those considering becoming an egg or sperm donor but also for health professionals and those requiring treatment with donor eggs or sperm in the UK.
10 UK Donor Link
A voluntary contact register set up to enable people conceived through donated sperm, and / or eggs , their donors and half-siblings to exchange information and where desired to contact each other. The register is specifically for anyone over the age of 18 who was conceived using donated sperm or eggs, or who donated, in the UK, before the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act came into force in August 1991.