This would require modifying the Assisted Reproduction Act, passed in 2006, which regulates, among other things, the donations made for fertility treatments. In the current legislation such assignments by collecting a small fee are unlimited.

The registry will collect both the name and the name of the donor, and the number of times you have donated, the success rate in achieving pregnancy or potential diseases that newborns developed, reported yesterday the Cadena Ser

These personal data may only be consulted by management and professionals in clinics specializing in fertility treatments.

The objective of future regulation is to know how many babies are conceived with the same donor. This is a request which has long demanded by professionals specialized in assisted reproduction.