The laboratory mismatch emerged when the parents of a 21 year old woman sought to trace their daughter’s genetic heritage.
Following the revelation, the University of Utah has offered free paternity testing to anyone who has used the clinic. There have been at least 17 people who have telephoned a university hotline, set up in the wake of the sperm swapping scare, concerned that their samples may have been tampered. Lippert, now deceased, worked at the clinic during the late 1980s through to the mid 1990s.
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