Being an egg or sperm donor: The impact of donation on donors and their familiesCitation formats

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Being an egg or sperm donor: The impact of donation on donors and their families. / Burke, Hazel; Gilman, Leah; Nordqvist, Petra.

4 p. University of Manchester, Morgan Centre for Research into Everyday Lives. 2021, Leaflet for donors, families, recipients and professionals.

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Burke, H, Gilman, L & Nordqvist, P 2021, Being an egg or sperm donor: The impact of donation on donors and their families. University of Manchester, Morgan Centre for Research into Everyday Lives.

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Burke, H., Gilman, L., & Nordqvist, P. (2021, Sep 3). Being an egg or sperm donor: The impact of donation on donors and their families. University of Manchester, Morgan Centre for Research into Everyday Lives.

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Burke, Hazel ; Gilman, Leah ; Nordqvist, Petra. / Being an egg or sperm donor: The impact of donation on donors and their families. 2021. University of Manchester, Morgan Centre for Research into Everyday Lives. 4 p.

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