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After struggling to conceive their second child, Nancy Andrews and her husband, Thomas, as reported in the NY Daily News, turned to New York Medical Services for in vitro fertilization treatments. Andrews soon became pregnant and the couple was overjoyed. The only problem? The Park Ave. fertility clinic allegedly inseminated her with the wrong man’s sperm. The couple tested their daughter’s DNA using a home kit and later with two more sophisticated methods. All three of the tests confirmed their suspicions — the tot has a different father. 

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