He initially convinced three Nobel Laureates to donate, including the notorious racist William Shockley.
Slammed in the press and accused of being a eugenicist and Nazi, Graham went on the defensive. He said while the principles of what he was doing might not be popular, they were sound.
Graham took it upon himself to recruit donors and it was on one such expedition in February 1997, that the 90-year-old Graham died. Unfunded, his repository closed two years later.
Graham's dream may have died, but his legacy lives on. He changed the face of modern sperm banking, not just with the innovation of the donor catalogue, but also the previously unheard of concept where clients could actively choose donors."
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