nf stands for neurofibromatosis in it is where tumors can grow any where on the body.
some people have it mild, mini birth marks. this man have it very mild but his brother have it severe. I know him he is one of my friends, when he told me he went to the sperm bank to donate sperm, and that he did not disclosed his family of neurofibromatosis or there history of autism. he was honest about mild eczma but that was about it. I ask him was he worry about what's gonna happen if his sperm is used in the children who are the result of it have nf very severe, how do he think the parents are gonna feel that he was so dishonest. he replied well if they have a problem with a child having a special needs like NF then they can contact me and give me the child if they don't want it, my information is not private, I told him he needed to fix this. what do yo guys think.
http://www.google.com/search?q=neurofibromatosis&hl=en&client=opera&hs=cod&rls=en&channel=suggest&prmd=ivnsb&source=lnms&tbm =isch&ei=7lC7Te3mB4H0tgOvy9jgBQ&sa=X&oi=mode_link&ct=mode&cd=2&ved=0CAsQ_AUoAQ&biw=950&bih=685 He didn't tell me how much he got paid. When he do stuff for money he get kinda of offensive when people questions the payment he get. I should also write in the top that he already have a son that have moderate neurofibromatosis and severe autism. that his parents are helping him raise. I know money is tight for him but he still should of been honest about his medical history and also his son medical history.
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