Embryo donation families : mothers' decisions regarding disclosure of donor conception

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MacCallum, Fiona; Golombok, Susan;

BACKGROUND: Previous data suggest that parents who adopt a child tend to support full disclosure while donor conception families prefer to keep the method of conception relatively private. It is not known whether parents in embryo donation families will tend towards the... View more
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