Saturday, 7 Dec 2019

In new Zealand: HIV-positive men can now donate sperm

In the case of a new seed Bank in new Zealand can now also HIV-positive men to register. For women and babies, this has no impact at all, as long as the viral load is below the limit of detection in blood serum and blood plasma, therefore, only minimal amounts of the Virus may be detectable.

HIV-infected men can achieve this condition through medical treatments. With "Sperm Positive", a new seed Bank in new Zealand, there is now also a place to which interested parties can apply, such as the radio stations Germany radio Nova reported. Three men are already registered as a donor.

The seed Bank is a project of three charities that advocate for HIV-positive people and the Public want to clarify. You want to draw attention to the fact that women get semen from HIV-positive men not infected with the Virus, and the whole makes for the babies, no difference.

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