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From: "Alister John Marsh" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] CNN article: The government has your baby's DNA..
Date: Tue, 9 Feb 2010 18:09:08 +1300
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Hi Steven,

Make a phone call to the hospital, and see what they say.

In your father's case, it might be easy to prove you are next of kin. For
your uncles and aunts it might be a bit more complicated.

John.

-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:] On Behalf Of steven perkins
Sent: Tuesday, February 09, 2010 1:56 PM
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Subject: Re: [DNA] CNN article: The government has your baby's DNA..

Alister:

What I'd like to know is if there are blood or tissue samples from my
relatives that were collected during their time in hospital for
treatments and if I can have access as next of kin? This would apply
to my father and his full and half-brothers and half-sister. I'm
looking for my maternal grandmother's mtdna and her first husband's Y
DNA.

Regards,

Steven C. Perkins




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