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The donor detective: how one woman made it her mission to help donor-conceived children find their biological fathers

Thousands of children conceived by anonymous sperm donation still have no right at all to know their biological fathers. But they are turning to DNA sites to track them down—and Wendy Kramer has made it her very personal mission to help

By Stefanie Marsh   May 2019

Every morning at 5am, Wendy Kramer fires up her laptop in the tiny mountain town of Nederland, Colorado, to read and swiftly respond to requests for help from around the world. “I’m 15 years old, and last summer I found out (by accident) that I was conceived with a sperm…

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