Donor Number 527

General Information

Donor Code:
Ethnic Origin:
German, Native American, Norwegian, Scotch-Irish, Scottish
Blood Type:
O Positive
Hair Color:
Dark Blond
Type of Hair:
Thickness of Hair:
Age at Time of Retrieval:
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She loves to write and draw. She is a storyteller at heart and wants to be an author. She loves learning new things and hopes to one day share her love of learning with her students.

Education Status: Associates Degree Obtained

Area of Study: Educational Studies, English, History

Vision: Excellent, does not wear lenses

Hearing: Excellent

Dentition: Excellent, no orthodontia required

Allergies: Cat

Hospitalization: None known

Alcohol Usage: Does drink alcohol; 0-3 Drinks per week

Tobacco Usage: Does not smoke

Drug Usage: Tests NEGATIVE for Drugs of Abuse.

Paternal Grandfather: Died in his 80's, Asbestos-related Mesothelioma. While in the hospital for respiratory issues, he caught an infection that lead to his death. Smoker

Paternal Grandmother: Died in her 60's, Lung cancer in her 60's, smoker.

Maternal Grandfather: Died in his 70's, Colon cancer in his late 60's.

Maternal Grandmother: Died in her 80's, Heart disease in her 70's. High blood pressure and arrhythmia in her 70's.

Father: Alive and in his 60's, Heart attack in his 60's. Heart disease in his 60's. Smoker

Mother: Alive and in her 50's, High blood pressure in her 40's, lifestyle related

Siblings: At least one, all in good health.

Genetic Screening Performed: Yes

This donor has been screened for 107 genetic diseases (via targeted mutation analysis) and has been found to test positive for the following:

Smith-Lemli-Opitz Syndrome

All people carry mutations for genetic disorders. Genetic testing can identify some of those mutations. We perform testing for a large number of conditions that are inherited in a recessive manner to help detect some of the mutations in our donors. Since all people carry mutations, donors are not excluded from our program when these mutations are identified. The donors' offspring are not at risk to develop the condition unless the other biological parent also carrier a mutation for the same inherited disorder. We encourage you to use the results of the donor's testing and consider your own genetic testing to help identify a donor suitable for your needs.


The donor's personal and family health history was originally reported on 4/19/2016.


No new information reported at this time.

Donor Communication (Type): Open

Limited Available? No

Past Pregnancy: Yes

Face: Round, average in size. Average to high forehead set. Very, very slight sprinkle of barely there freckles across bridge of nose. No unique features and no cleft in chin.

Lips: Thin upper and lower lip.

Nose: Straight nose with very small bump in bridge. Average in size and average in length with small nostril flare.

Ears: Medium sized ears with attached lobe and average distance from face.

Eyes: Eyes are large and round with an average setting and long lashes.

Eyebrows: Eyebrows are thin with a curved shape.

Summary: It wouldn't be surprising if this donor were to become a best selling author one day, as reading and writing are her ultimate passions. Her exquisite personality matches her beautiful outer shell and striking up a conversation comes effortlessly to her. She has a driving desire to accomplish high set goals, such as completing her Doctorate in the near future.


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