Assisted reproduction kids grow up just fine, but it may be better to tell them early about biological origins: Study

A landmark study finds no difference in psychological well-being or quality of family relationships between children born by assisted reproduction (egg or sperm donation or surrogacy) and those born naturally at age 20. However, new findings suggest that telling children about their biological origins early—before they start school—can be advantageous for family relationships and healthy adjustment.

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