EP-74 • 23 min 53 sec

Knowing your roots can be invaluable in more ways than one. Wendy Kramer ensures donor-conceived children know theirs too!

Join us as we delve into the world of gamete donation and its impact on families and individuals. In this episode, we have the privilege of speaking with Wendy Kramer, the founder of Donor Sibling Registry (DSR), a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting donor-conceived individuals and their families. Wendy shares her insights on the emotional and practical aspects of gamete donation and the transformative power of connection. Discover the mission of DSR, the challenges faced by the industry, and the importance of transparency and ethical practices. This conversation sheds light on the journey of donor-conceived individuals and the need for a more inclusive and compassionate approach to gamete donation.
Podcast Guest
Wendy Kramer
Published on
June 17, 2023

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