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Getting to know a sperm donor

Although Neil is relatively new to sperm donation, he is firm on what the process means to him, how it adds value to his life and what it means for his future. Donating for the first time in 2016, he has so far helped begin three families.

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Getting to know a sperm donor

Although Neil is relatively new to sperm donation, he is firm on what the process means to him, how it adds value to his life and what it means for his future. Donating for the first time in 2016, he has so far helped begin three families.

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Dr Robert McLachlan’s guide to becoming a sperm donor – Part 1

Dr Robert McLachlan graduated from Monash University and completed advanced training in Internal Medicine and Endocrinology before undertaking his PhD studies in the area of reproductive physiology at Monash University in Melbourne. In Part 1 of this interview Dr Robert discusses why we need sperm donors, his experience as a fertility specialist and how a shortage of sperm donors has affect his patients…

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Dr Robert McLachlan’s guide to becoming a sperm donor – Part 1

Dr Robert McLachlan graduated from Monash University and completed advanced training in Internal Medicine and Endocrinology before undertaking his PhD studies in the area of reproductive physiology at Monash University in Melbourne. In Part 1 of this interview Dr Robert discusses why we need sperm donors, his experience as a fertility specialist and how a shortage of sperm donors has affect his patients…

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Dr Robert McLachlan’s guide to becoming a sperm donor – Part 2

Dr Robert McLachlan graduated from Monash University and completed advanced training in Internal Medicine and Endocrinology before undertaking his PhD studies in the area of reproductive physiology at Monash University in Melbourne. In Part 1 of this interview Dr Robert discusses why we need sperm donors, his experience as a fertility specialist and how a shortage of sperm donors has affect his patients…

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Dr Robert McLachlan’s guide to becoming a sperm donor – Part 2

Dr Robert McLachlan graduated from Monash University and completed advanced training in Internal Medicine and Endocrinology before undertaking his PhD studies in the area of reproductive physiology at Monash University in Melbourne. In Part 1 of this interview Dr Robert discusses why we need sperm donors, his experience as a fertility specialist and how a shortage of sperm donors has affect his patients…

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