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Are there any cases in which the identity of the donor can be revealed?

By Laura Parra Villar B.Sc., M.Sc. (embryologin).
Last Update: 01/25/2022

The Law only contemplates two scenarios where the identity of the donor can be disclosed: the first, in case the child is seriously ill or in danger of death, and disclosing the identity of the sperm donor is the only way to save him/her; the second scenario, the identity of the donor will be disclosed when appropriate under the Criminal Procedural Laws, provided that such information is indispensable to achieve the proposed legal purpose.

Read the full article on: How is sperm donation explained step by step? ( 55).
 Laura Parra Villar
Laura Parra Villar
B.Sc., M.Sc.
Embryologin
Graduate in Biology from the University of Valencia (UV) and embryologist with a Master's degree in Biotechnology of Human Reproduction from the University of Valencia in collaboration with the Valencian Institute of Infertility (IVI).
Licence number: 3325-CV
Embryologin. Graduate in Biology from the University of Valencia (UV) and embryologist with a Master's degree in Biotechnology of Human Reproduction from the University of Valencia in collaboration with the Valencian Institute of Infertility (IVI). Licence number: 3325-CV.