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Log in Advanced Search. Doe became pregnant in after being artificially inseminated with sperm from a donor identified only as 'D' and his status as medical student. In a statement to the Boston Herald Doe claims that the NECC assured herself of her future children of contact with the donor-father: 'Before I conceived, I searched hard to find a donor who really wanted contact with his kids through me. I used D because I was told that this was the case. I would never have taken legal action against a donor that I understood wanted to remain anonymous from his children.
The donor, referred to as D in the lawsuit, donated sperm to the New England Cryogenic Center between and , when he was reportedly a medical student in his late twenties. She later gave birth to twins. The plaintiff argued that on more than one occasion, officials from NECC had told her the donor wanted to be in touch with the children, once they were born. NECC officials dispute this, and say the donor filed paperwork to remain anonymous.
Credit Credit Peter Horvath. By Jacqueline Mroz. Seventeen years ago, when she was in her thirties, Cindy and her female partner decided they wanted to have children. The couple spent hours poring over sperm donor profiles, finally settling on an anonymous man with a clean medical record and few health issues in his family.