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The story of one man’s quest to discover the truth about his father. What he learned about the history of artificial insemination and his new understanding of the meaning of family.
- Lennard J. Davis Professor of English, Disability Studies, and Medical Education at the University of Illinois; author of "Obsession: A History".
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