Hofstra Law Review


The article discusses the legal rights of donor-conceived children in America, and it mentions U.S. constitutional rights, the laws associated with donor conception in the country, and the concept of double disclosure. Parental rights and children's interests are mentioned, along with respect for familial autonomy and various aspects of U.S. family and health laws. Sperm and egg (ovum) donations are examined, along with the nation's fertility industry and assisted reproductive technology.

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