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The University of Utah now admits it bears more responsibility than previously thought in a sperm switch case that rocked a family from Texas. The family discovered that a convicted felon, working in the lab that handled sperm samples, actually fathered ...
Canada Journal · 1/23/2014
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 …
WNEM · 10/2/2014
According to the lawsuit, the mix-up happened because the sperm bank keeps written records instead of electronic ones and the number 380 looked like 330 to the person who sent the vials out, reports Chicago Business. (Earlier this year, a Kansas sperm ...
Newser · ByRob Quinn · 10/1/2014
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They narrowed down donors at Midwest Sperm Bank and chose No. 380, a Caucasian man. After insemination, Jennifer learned she ... That’s when they learned of the donor mix-up. Jennifer had been given and inseminated with a vial from donor No. 330, an ...
fox17online.com · 10/2/2014
A white same-sex couple are suing a sperm bank for its mix-up with their donor choice, which caused them to give birth to a mixed-race child. Jennifer Cramblett, 36, was four months pregnant when she received a letter from the Midwest Sperm Bank in …
The Independent · 10/2/2014
A mix-up at an Ohio sperm bank left Jennifer Cramblett with a half-white, half-black baby after she specifically asked for white sperm. Cramblett is now suing for damages that come with having a mixed-race child, including traveling to black neighborhoods ...
theinterrobang.com · 10/16/2014
A white Ohio woman is suing a sperm bank, claiming that she was accidentally inseminated with vials from a black donor. In the lawsuit, Jennifer Cramblett claims the lab mix-up has caused her and her partner added stress and anxiety as they struggle to ...
New York Post · 10/2/2014