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The University of Utah is investigating what it calls "credible information" that a woman at a Salt Lake City area fertility clinic was artificially inseminated with sperm, not from her husband, but from a part-time lab employee. The school released a ...
News Max · 1/10/2014
Although she became aware of the mix-up when she was pregnant in April 2012, Cramblett says that she has decided to sue the sperm bank now because she has experienced difficulties in the child’s upbringing in a predominantly all-white community – …
Gay Star News · 10/2/2014
Jennifer Cramblett and her same-sex partner, Amanda Zinkon, learned Midwest Sperm Bank gave them the wrong sperm when Cramblett was 5 months pregnant. The couple was shocked to learn their donor was a different race. Now, the parents of a mixed …
1200 News Radio WOAI · 10/4/2014
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Cramblett says she and Zinkon love two-year-old Payton, shown here. What is the price of being forced to raise a brown baby? It’s an unusual question, arising from an unusual lawsuit prompted by an insemination gone wrong. And it has set off an ...
New York Daily News · 10/14/2014
Jennifer Cramblett and her partner, Amanda Zinkon, looked forward to becoming parents. They went to the Midwest Sperm Bank in Downers Grove, a Chicago suburb, back in 2011. They requested sperm from a white donor with blue eyes, because they …
Fox 5 KVVU-TV · 10/2/2014
That's when they heard the news. The sperm bank gave Cramblett the vials of an African-American donor. She was told the mix-up happened because the sperm bank keeps handwritten records instead of electronic ones, which allowed the donor numbers to …
WSFA 12 · 10/1/2014
As a lesbian couple sues an Illinois facility for accidentally ... after Jennifer got pregnant and sought sperm from the same donor for her partner Amanda they discovered a mix up at the sperm bank. Jennifer had been accidently given sperm from an African ...
Ebony · 10/3/2014
(CNN) At five months pregnant, Jennifer Cramblett and her same-sex partner, Amanda Zinkon, learned that Cramblett had been inseminated with the wrong sperm, and that the donor was of a different race. Two years later, Cramblett and Zinkon are moms to a ...
KUTV · 10/2/2014
PURVIS, Miss. - Homes of Hope for Children is planning to expand their campus to add seven more children. PURVIS, Miss. - Homes of Hope for Children is planning to expand their campus to add seven more children. WAYNE COUNTY, Miss. – A man …
WHLT 22 · 10/2/2014
Four relatives of the Liberian man with Ebola in Dallas have been ordered to stay in their home to avoid spreading the virus, and they were placed under armed guard Thursday after they initially failed to comply. Also Thursday, Liberia said it would ...
San Jose Mercury News · ByKarl Kahler · 10/2/2014