“Obligated Aliens”: Recognizing Sperm Donors' Ethical Obligation to Disclose Genetic Information

Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal 23 (1):19-52 (2013)
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INTRODUCTIONA PRELIMINARY NOTEI. THE PRESENT SCOPE AND SUBSTANCE OF SPERM DONORS’LEGAL AND ETHICAL OBLIGATIONSII. DUTY-BOUND SPERM DONORSA. Delineating the Suggested Ethical ObligationB. Is It the Genetic Link that Morally Binds Sperm Donors by Donor-Duty?III. SUPPORTIVE EVIDENCE FOR RECEPTIVENESS TO DONORDUTY: THE CASE OF DE-ANONYMIZATION OF SPERM DONORSA. Relevant Implications of the Removal of Donor AnonymityIV. ANALOGIZING DONOR-DUTY TO THE DUTY NOT TO INFECT OTHERSA. Mode of TransmissionB. The Public Health PerspectiveC. The Duty to WarnV. COMPETING RIGHTSA. The DCC’s Right to Know Health-Related Information vs. the Donor’s Right to PrivacyB. The DCC’s Right to Know Health-Related Information vs. the Donor’s ..

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