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Serial sperm donor has nearly 200 children and lights alert in Netherlands – 01/02/2021 – Worldwide – KSU


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In 2015 Vanessa van Ewijk, a carpenter in the Netherlands, decided that she wanted to have a child. She was 34 and single, so like many women she went to see a sperm donor.
She thought about conceiving at a fertility clinic, but the price was prohibitive. Then he found a perfect fit through a website called Desire for a Child – which is one of the growing number of online sperm marketplaces that bring donor candidates straight to potential recipients. Van Ewijk was particularly drawn to one profile, that of Jonathan Jacob Meijer, a Dutch musician in his thirties.
Meijer was handsome, with blue eyes and blond curly hair. Van Ewijk liked its authentic appearance. “We spoke on the phone, and he seemed polite and nice, well behaved,” she said. “He loved music and talked about what he thought about life. He wasn’t arrogant at all. He looked like someone he knew.”

Series review: Seeds of Deceit

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Now here comes the next proper binge-worthy experience: over the course of three episodes,
Miriam Guttmann dissects the
Jan Karbaat case, and good luck trying not to finish it all in one sitting. In
Seeds of Deceit, shown at Sundance as part of the Indie Series programme, we come back to what, just a few years ago, made the tabloids choke, when a respected fertility doctor was discovered to have inseminated patients with his own sperm. Karbaat, who passed away before his trial had even started, has spawned scores of children – who, as shown here, really do look eerily alike. But there is yet more to the story.

The Case of the Serial Sperm Donor

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The Case of the Serial Sperm Donor
One man, hundreds of children and a burning question: Why?
Credit...Keith Negley
In 2015, Vanessa van Ewijk, a carpenter in the Netherlands, decided that she wanted to have a child. She was 34 and single, and so, like many women, she sought out a sperm donor.
She considered conceiving through a fertility clinic, but the cost was prohibitive for her. Instead, she found an ideal candidate through a website called Desire for a Child, one of a growing number of online sperm markets that match candidate donors directly with potential recipients. Ms. van Ewijk was drawn to one profile in particular, that of Jonathan Jacob Meijer, a Dutch musician in his 30s.

Series review: Seeds of Deceit

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Now here comes the next proper binge-worthy experience: over the course of three episodes,
Miriam Guttmann dissects the
Jan Karbaat case, and good luck trying not to finish it all in one sitting. In
Seeds of Deceit, shown at Sundance as part of the Indie Series programme, we come back to what, just a few years ago, made the tabloids choke, when a respected fertility doctor was discovered to have inseminated patients with his own sperm. Karbaat, who passed away before his trial had even started, has spawned scores of children – who, as shown here, really do look eerily alike. But there is yet more to the story.

Realscreen » Archive » Dogwoof picks up Sundance docuseries "Seeds of Deceit", "Philly D.A."


Dogwoof picks up Sundance docuseries “Seeds of Deceit”, “Philly D.A.”
London-headquartered documentary distributor Dogwoof has acquired the rights to two docuseries premiering at this year’s Sundance Film Festival: Seeds of Deceit and Philly D.A.
Dogwoof will represent the three-part series Seeds ...
January 11, 2021
London-headquartered documentary distributor Dogwoof has acquired the rights to two docuseries premiering at this year’s Sundance Film Festival:
Seeds of Deceit and
Dogwoof will represent the three-part series
Seeds of Deceit (pictured), co-produced by Dutch pubcaster VPRO, worldwide excluding The Netherlands; and eight-part series
Philly D.A., co-produced by PBS ‘Independent Lens,’ internationally excluding the U.S.

Dutch doctor fathers 17 kids with secret sperm 'donations'

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DNA tests have revealed that a deceased Dutch doctor, Jan Wildschut, has fathered 17 children. (PHOTO: Getty Images/Gallo Images)
Dozens of families in the Netherlands have been shocked to learn that their children, conceived with artificial insemination, were fathered by their doctor, Dutch fertility specialist and gynaecologist Dr Jan Wildschut (82).
Wildschut was found to have fathered at least 17 kids between 1981 and 1993 – but expectant mothers had been told that the sperm would come from anonymous donors. Wildschut was considered a pioneer of modern artificial insemination, and he took his secret with him to the grave in 2009.
Evidence of his misdeeds surfaced last year when one of the donor children went in search of their biological father, Dutch newspaper De Stentor reports.

Dutch gynaecologist used own sperm to father 17 children


Dutch gynaecologist used own sperm to father 17 children
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A gynaecologist fathered at least 17 children after secretly using his own sperm to impregnate fertility patients at a hospital in the Netherlands.
Dr Jan Wildschut used his own sperm in artificial insemination procedures, without patient consent, while working at Isala Hospital in Zwolle, the Netherlands. In all cases, his patients believed they were receiving sperm from anonymous donors. Now deceased, Dr Wildschut was exposed after one of his donor children matched with Dr Wildschut's niece on a commercial DNA testing website.
In a statement this week, Isala Hospital said: 'From a moral perspective, Isala [Hospital] finds it unacceptable that a gynaecologist-fertility doctor was both a practitioner and sperm donor.' The statement explained that currently 17 donor children of Dr Wildschut are known in addition to his legal children, confirmed by genetic testing. 

Gynecologist fathered at least 17 children without informing parents, Dutch hospital says

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Gynecologist fathered at least 17 children without informing parents, Dutch hospital says
October 6, 2020 / 7:13 AM
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A gynecologist who worked at an artificial insemination program at a Dutch hospital fathered at least 17 children using his own sperm without informing the parents, the hospital announced Tuesday. Gynecologist Jan Wildschut, who has since died, worked at the Sophia Hospital, now known as Isala Hospital, in the eastern city of Zwolle from 1981 through to 1993.
"From a moral perspective, Isala finds it unacceptable that a gynecologist-fertility doctor was both practitioner and sperm donor," the hospital said in a statement.
The hospital said that the gynecologist's donor children, who have been confirmed using DNA tests, and his family are in regular contact and have a good relationship with each other.

Gynecologist Fathered At Least 17 Children Without Informing Parents, Dutch Hospital Says

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By: Associated Press
A gynecologist who worked at an artificial insemination program at a Dutch hospital fathered at least 17 children using his own sperm without informing the parents, the hospital announced Tuesday. Gynecologist Jan Wildschut, who has since died, worked at the Sophia Hospital, now known as Isala Hospital, in the eastern city of Zwolle from 1981 through to 1993.
"From a moral perspective, Isala finds it unacceptable that a gynecologist-fertility doctor was both practitioner and sperm donor," the hospital said in a statement.
The hospital said that the gynecologist's donor children, who have been confirmed using DNA tests, and his family are in regular contact and have a good relationship with each other.

Wannabee Genghis Khans in modern medical practice » MercatorNet

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Visitors to a Genghis Khan monument Mongolia
A controversial genetic study published in 2003 suggested that one in every 200 men alive today is a descendant of Mongol conqueror Genghis Khan. In central Asia, this figure rises to one in 12 — or about 16 million men.
Impossible today? Not so fast. There were 20th century superspreaders, to borrow from the jargon of Covid-19 news, who spread their genes far and wide in the 1960s, 70s and 80s – but they were doctors, not warlords.
Research is urgently needed into the extent of this phenomenon and its consequences.
Two recent cases which came to the attention of MercatorNet happened in South Africa and the United States.

Fertility Doctors Using Their Own Sperm Is A Surprisingly Widespread Problem

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By Rosie McCall
21 Aug 2020, 13:14
For many, consumer DNA kits are a fun way to learn a little more about your background and, perhaps, build a family tree. For others, they can unearth deep-buried, often painful, family secrets – see, for example, the dozens (maybe hundreds) of people born through artificial insemination who are only now finding out that their biological father is not who they thought he was but the doctor who completed the procedure. 
Take Kelli Rowlette. Rowlette had her DNA tested through the site Ancestry.com in 2017 and was shocked when the results revealed she was not related to her father. Instead, she found she was related to a man called Gerald Mortimer, who turned out to be the doctor who had delivered her as a baby. Rowlette submitted a lawsuit and it's subsequently come out that members of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Associates of Idaho Falls were aware of Mortimer's behavior. 

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