Dr Larisa Corda

Hendes hjemmeside byder på alverdens information og råd angående fertilitet, sundhed og graviditet og er uden tvivl et besøg værd!

Jeg har for nylig været gæsteblogger hos Dr Larisa. Her skriver jeg lidt om mine oplevelser og erfaringer som donorbarn af en anonym sæddonor. Indlægget hedder; “How I felt growing up as a donor child”, og er skrevet på engelsk.
Hendes hjemmeside byder på alverdens information og råd angående fertilitet, sundhed og graviditet og er uden tvivl et besøg værd!

Se også mit interview med Cryos – Klik Her

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Kan vi droppe politikken for en stund?

Can we drop the policy for a while?

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