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Ontario man guilty of allergy testing fraud in U.S. was key employee of DNA lab in paternity controversy

Kyle Tsui, who is currently in a U.S. jail awaiting sentencing for running a fraudulent allergy testing company, also worked in a Canadian DNA laboratory that a CBC News investigation found has a history of producing wrong paternity results.

From the CBC News-2024-4-10:14:6:1


Canadian DNA lab knew its paternity tests identified the wrong dads, but it kept selling them

A DNA laboratory in Toronto knowingly delivered prenatal paternity test results that routinely identified the wrong biological fathers - ruling out the real dads - and left a trail of shattered lives around the globe, a CBC News investigation has found.

From the CBC News-2024-4-9:8:5:2


Canadian DNA lab knew its paternity tests identified the wrong dads, but it kept selling them

A DNA laboratory in Toronto knowingly delivered prenatal paternity test results that routinely identified the wrong biological fathers - ruling out the real dads - and left a trail of shattered lives around the globe, a CBC News investigation has found.

From the CBC News-2024-4-9:8:5:1


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