Parents See Likeness After Donor Insemination
Ob. Gyn. News 1983 October 1-14; 18(19): 40
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Donor Insemination: Dutch Parents' Opinions About Confidentiality and Donor Anonymity and the Emotional Adjustment of Their Children Brewaeys, A.; Golombok, S.; Naaktgeboren, N.; de Bruyn, J.K.; van Hall, E.V. (1997-07)
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