The source of the world’s biggest sperm bank may soon run dry if Danish authorities decide to tax donors, Cryos International Sperm Bank said Wednesday.


Denmark, with the country with world’s highest income tax levels, wants sperm donors to pay tax on the 500 crown ($84.59) reimbursement men receive for their services.



“It is a special kind of work and therefore the fee cannot be compared to normal working income,” Cryos said in a letter to the tax authorities, adding it risked losing donors, most of whom are students.



Cryos receives between 30-60 donors a day at its three branches and each year Danish men contribute to around 1,000 pregnancies around the world.



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