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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7091717/Genetic-tests-revealing-one-10-people-UK-dont-father-think-do.html

Genetic tests carried out by medical professionals are revealing that up to one-in-10 people in the UK don’t have the father they think, a top health boss has revealed.

Ian Cumming, Chief executive of Health Education England, said that the situation is raising a number of difficult questions for the health services.

The Chairman of the NHS Leadership Board for England also explained that people are not currently told if genetic tests within families highlight a case of paternal discrepancy as it was simply an ‘incidental finding’ of the procedure. o.O

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3 minutes ago, One percent said:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7091717/Genetic-tests-revealing-one-10-people-UK-dont-father-think-do.html

Genetic tests carried out by medical professionals are revealing that up to one-in-10 people in the UK don’t have the father they think, a top health boss has revealed.

Ian Cumming, Chief executive of Health Education England, said that the situation is raising a number of difficult questions for the health services.

The Chairman of the NHS Leadership Board for England also explained that people are not currently told if genetic tests within families highlight a case of paternal discrepancy as it was simply an ‘incidental finding’ of the procedure. o.O

Ian Cumming xDxD

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1 minute ago, One percent said:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7091717/Genetic-tests-revealing-one-10-people-UK-dont-father-think-do.html

Genetic tests carried out by medical professionals are revealing that up to one-in-10 people in the UK don’t have the father they think, a top health boss has revealed.

Ian Cumming, Chief executive of Health Education England, said that the situation is raising a number of difficult questions for the health services.

The Chairman of the NHS Leadership Board for England also explained that people are not currently told if genetic tests within families highlight a case of paternal discrepancy as it was simply an ‘incidental finding’ of the procedure. o.O

Was very common years ago, any family history researcher who does enough will find women in their 50s suddenly dropping a sprog when they still have an unmarried daughter or another female relative in the house.

Child would then be raised as a much younger brother or sister, in pre NHS days of home births and local midwives no questions would be asked, this was purely womens business.

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24 minutes ago, Chewing Grass said:

Was very common years ago, any family history researcher who does enough will find women in their 50s suddenly dropping a sprog when they still have an unmarried daughter or another female relative in the house.

Child would then be raised as a much younger brother or sister, in pre NHS days of home births and local midwives no questions would be asked, this was purely womens business.

I watched a program about the footballer Jim Baxter a while ago. His birth mother was young and unmarried; one day she returned home to find that her parents had given him away to another family round the corner. 

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