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Romania's ARO Workers to Donate Sperm for Company Debt Repayment
Romania's ARO Workers to Donate Sperm for Company Debt Repayment | Car News | Auto
If people are unable to get fertility treatment on the NHS they sometimes use unregulated Facebook groups to find men willing to sell or donate their sperm. The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority says this carries significant risks - and it could also be illegal - but two women told the BBC they felt that they had no choice. When Chloe and her partner had been trying to get pregnant for a year without success, their family doctor referred them to the local NHS fertility clinic. Tests showed that there was a problem with Chloe's partner's sperm and they would have to use a donor to have a baby. The clinic gave them a list of sperm donors, but Chloe says there was only one available donor in their ethnic group who had not been chosen by other families. Excited and nervous, they embarked on their first round of IVF in October
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Sperm donor unknowingly fathered dozens of children: 'I am in therapy'
Her eldest daughter, Freya all pictured , who was conceived naturally, had just turned nine when she decided to look into sperm donation. Despite massive changes in Irish society in recent decades, most young women still envisage a future where they will meet Mr Right , get married and have children not necessarily in that order. However, more and more women who have not met a potential life partner by a certain age and whose biological clocks are ticking louder every year, are now opting to go it alone through donor conception.
Troubled automaker Fiat should take notice of what ARO, a small heavily indebted Romanian carmaker, is doing to repay its many outstanding creditors and remain solvent. In the "sometimes truth is stranger than fiction" category, ARO is asking employees to donate sperm and then donate the money made to the car company. According to Ion Cotescu, trade union leader at ARO, "Our feasibility study shows that if 1, workers donate their sperm for several months, we can get enough funds to pay part of the plant's debts.