Sunday, 3 August 2014

Fertility Clinic Are Against Race Mixing

An embryologist at work in the Regional Fertility Program lab in Calgary. The clinic, which has operated since the 1980s, won’t allow a woman to use a sperm donor “that would result in a future child appearing racially different than the recipient or the recipient’s partner.
A mad woman who wanted to artificially create her very own mongrel was shocked to discover that fertility treatment centers will not help her.
It is good to know that these centers are putting the child first and do not want to help destroy someone’s genetic heritage, or steal their ethnic identity from them.
Interestingly, they were not too frightened to say that most patients want their children to resemble them too.
Dr. Calvin Greene, the clinic’s administrative director said “I would ask you, why would you not choose somebody of your own cultural background?”
Calgary Herald:
A Calgary woman says she was shocked to learn of a policy at the city’s only fertility treatment centre that restricts patients from using sperm, eggs or embryos from donors who do not match their ethnic background.
Catherine, who asked to use only her first name, said she sought invitro fertilization at the Regional Fertility Program last March as a single woman. During routine consultations with her doctor she was told she could only use sperm from donors who were white, like her.
“That’s when everything went downhill,” she told the Herald. “I was absolutely floored.”
Dr. Calvin Greene, the clinic’s administrative director, confirmed the private facility will not treat couples or singles who insist on using donors of a different ethnicity. The policy has been in place since the clinic opened in the 1980s.
“I’m not sure that we should be creating rainbow families just because some single woman decides that that’s what she wants,” he said. “That’s her prerogative, but that’s not her prerogative in our clinic.”
A statement on the clinic’s website reads: “it is the practice of the Regional Fertility Program not to permit the use of a sperm donor that would result in a future child appearing racially different than the recipient or the recipient’s partner.”
Greene said doctors at the clinic feel “a child of an ethnic background should have the ability to be able to identify with their ethnic roots.” He added patients should have a “cultural connection” to their donors.
The Alberta Human Rights Commission upheld the policy after a white couple brought a complaint against the clinic about five years ago, Greene said.
They were not infertile but had hoped to use non-Caucasian sperm. “Our psychologist evaluated them and really didn’t see why a couple that is not infertile should be choosing sperm donors they have no cultural relationship with.”
Interracial couples treated at the clinic have the option of using donors that are ethnically similar to either one of the partners, he added, noting most patients want their children to resemble them.


How do they hope to Police this?
It takes 10 generations to get rid of bad blood
If at all

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