‘This could blow up lives’: Sperm donor doctors fear being tracked down by biological children

New laws allowing donor-conceived children to make contact with their biological parents are being debated in Queensland
Professor Fiona Kelly says donor-conceived children are tracking down their biological fathers anyway.

Doctors who donated sperm as medical students back in the 1970s and were promised anonymity could be identified by any biological offspring that resulted, under proposed new laws

A parliamentary inquiry in Queensland is weighing up whether to follow Victoria’s lead and build a register of historical sperm donors that would allow donor-conceived children to identify their biological parents.