The original name of a voluntary information and contact register that enables donor-conceived people, their donors and their half-siblings to exchange information and (where desired) contact one another. The register was established in 2003, but changed its name to the Donor Conceived Register in 2013, when it began to be administered by the National Gamete Donation Trust as part of the National Gamete Donation Service. The register is for anyone over 18 who donated or was donor-conceived in the UK prior to August 1991.
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