First Over-The-Counter Paternity Test Kit Goes On Sale
AUCKLAND, New Zealand – November 18, 2009 – The Daily Mail’s David Derbyshire and Claire Ellicott write about over-the-counter paternity test kits.
Britain’s first over-the-counter paternity test kit went on sale amid claims that it could tear families apart and lead to misery for rejected children.
The £30 pack allows a man to check his DNA against a child’s to find out whether he is the biological father.
Although paternity testing has been available in Britain via the internet for a decade, this is the first time a kit has been sold in the high street.
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