#334 A Dodgy Paternity Test And The War On The Reporter Who Exposed It
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#334 A Dodgy Paternity Test And The War On The Reporter Who Exposed It
Peter Aldhous reported a decade ago that a Canadian lab’s prenatal paternity test was “unreliable."

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During the 18-month investigation, Aldhous found couples who’d been given results that turned out to be wrong. The lawsuit the lab launched against him lasted nearly ten years.

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July 19, 2020
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