Goodbye 2016 – Welcome 2017

Dear reader,

2016 was the year where we at European Sperm Bank finally launched our very anticipated blog; a blog which aims to share knowledge about donor sperm and fertility in a very broad aspect.

At European Sperm Bank we are fully aware of how sensitive the fertility area really is. It can be very challenging to start fertility treatment and to get the right counselling. With our blog, we sincerely hope to make this matter just a little bit more easy for you by creating a place, where you can find answers, ask questions and search for information. 

It has been 6 months since we launched the blog, and we are beyond exited to see that so many people are reading our posts. We continue to work hard and share knowledge and relevant information about sperm donorsdonor childrenfertility and families – both by our internal authors, but also our external authors who consistently have provided interesting and passionate stories.  

I am most thrilled of our last post in 2016 Yes, we are tough on screening our donors. In a few and easy words it explains the difficult and sensitive subject of genetic diseases, and our way of screening our donor. We often find that this subject in particular is hard to understand – even for politicians and expert, whom we are in regular dialogue with. I sincerely hope that all of you will read it.

I also enjoyed the story Lucy, I am a sperm donor baby, because, this is what it is all about! Sperm donors, babies, children, teenagers and adults as they will develop into over time.  That is our Raison d’être – Thinking of the Future.

For the new year, our mission continues to be here for those, who wish to have children, for our 
sperm donors, who are an incredible a good deed and most importantly, for the children. It is my sincere hope that we will provide you with even more valuable experiences and information in the year to come.

We are here to help now and in the future, and our focus is not just the present, but the course of life. 

Welcome 2017!

​//posted by Annemette, CEO at European Sperm Bank