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 BMA Conference Tuesday, 31 December, 2002, 15:36 GMT
Doctors fear there will be fewer sperm donors if the rules change Doctors back sperm donors' anonymity
Sperm donors should remain anonymous, despite calls for children conceived that way to have the right to know about their parents.
Mobile phone Doctors call for driving mobile ban
Making calls - even hands-free - while driving a car is dangerous and should be banned , say UK doctors.
 Politicians 'trample over' patient privacy
Politicians should stop using patients' cases to score political points, says a leading doctor at the British Medical Association conference.
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