Three young soldiers donated sperm for research in Sweden. This happened between the end of the sixties and the beginning of the seventies. An old story, for which they received a daily compensation of 50 kroner, which came back to the fore today as Swedish Public Service Television (SVT) reported because three men, out of a total of seventeen who participated in the project, discovered that they had become fathers without even knowing it, let alone With their consent. The investigators’ hypothesis is that there was a robbery at Uppsala Academic Hospital. “It’s shocking, I really don’t know what to do or how to react,” said one of the former soldiers involved. At that time, the head of sperm research, as they say on Swedish public television, was the late, world-famous Professor Karl Gemsel. Anna-Karin Wikström, current director of research at the academic hospital, reacted harshly to the discovery of sperm theft: “I was very angry, she said, and I still can’t believe it. It’s unethical.” The investigation only revealed that sperm had been stolen from a women’s clinic in Halmstad. There, writes Svet, a doctor, now deceased, who was part of Professor Gemsell’s research group in Uppsala, was working.
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