Scores of people born through artificial insemination have learned from DNA tests that their biological fathers were the doctors who performed the procedure

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Feeling grateful and able, I donated a kidney to a stranger. The only problem: I made the decision on my own

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The results of a consumer genetic test identified the mother of the man whose donated sperm was used to conceive Danielle Teuscher’s daughter. Legal warnings soon followed

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“The issue in the medical community is that by calling it ‘adoption,’ we give too much personhood to the embryo,” said Kimberly Tyson, the marketing and program director at Snowflake Embryo Adoption in Loveland, Colo

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What happens if you need a kidney transplant and don’t know a biological match? A Nobel prize-winning economist has a solution: transplant chains. Donors agree to give to a stranger in exchange for a kidney for their loved one, but it has to start with someone willing to give without getting anything in return

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Desperate people can make $30 donating plasma, up to 104 times a year, in this $20 billion industry

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What’s stopping other countries catching up? More and more people are donating organs, but demand still far exceeds supply. What can the world learn from the country that does it best?

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50 Years of Success, Strategies for Improvement,

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