Americans grapple with legal, ethical implications of paternity tests

11/23/2009 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

The number of paternity tests conducted annually has increased 64% in the past 10 years as DNA testing becomes more accessible, cost-effective and reliable. More men who have learned that they are not the biological fathers of their legal children are filing cases to establish their roles, rights and responsibilities, including the extent of child support.

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