This volume provides clear guidelines on the advantages, disadvantages and limitations of the use of donor insemination to treat infertility. The team of authors, drawn from a wide range of disciplines, covers all aspects of implementing and organising a successful donor insemination programme. The volume includes practical information on recruitment, screening and selection of suitable donors; counselling of patients and donors; clinical, scientific and laboratory aspects, including fertility assessment, ovulation timing and cryopreservation. The volume concludes with information on organisation of sperm banks, the use of computerisation and ethical and legal aspects. The volume is designed to assist all those involved in the treatment of infertility - including andrologists and clinicians in the fields of reproductive medicine and obstetrics and gynaecology.