Do you have a right to know your genetic parents?

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Jan. 20 2006 9:52 AM

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Do you have a right to know your genetic parents?

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Correction, Jan. 18, 2005:The item originally said old drivers were more accident-prone than teenagers. In fact, according to the linked article, "The 65-plus population accounts for more accidents per miles driven than any group other than teenagers." Click here  to return to the corrected sentence.

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