The Case for Superfecundation Twins

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We all know that siblings can have different fathers, making them technically half-brothers or half-sisters. What about twins? Yes, it happens. It’s rare—but possible. In fact, in a Passaic County paternity case from May 8, 2015, a woman from New … Continued

New Advances in Prenatal Testing

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It was not that long ago when parents had to anxiously wait for the birth of their child before learning anything about it. Because of ultrasound technology and prenatal testing, however, parents today have access to a great deal of … Continued

The Complex Relationship Between Science and Law

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The objective of paternity tests is to establish a genetic connection between a specific man and a specific child, or group of children. But, there is a difference between a genetic father and a legal father, because it is possible … Continued