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About Y&R. How can Jill's son Cain, not have...

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Old 03-27-2007, 11:21 AM
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...her DNA? I think I know. See if anyone agrees with me.
I saw a "Medical Mysteries" episode last year, which talked about relatives who do not have the same DNA.
One reason is the person could have had a twin that died, and the DNA get hidden in an organ.
There was acturally a story of a woman who was trying to get some type of benefit from the government and her child's DNA didn't match hers so when she had her next child, they had to be in the delivery room with her. They watched the "delivery" and took the baby immediately to have the DNA tested, right after birth, and it still didn't match.
Has anyone heard of this?
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somehow i think a chimera plot is maybe a little sophisticated for a soap. more likely we'll discover later that she was a surrogate or had an in vitro and got the wrong egg or something.
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