In the beginning, they were one of the happy statistics from a California fertility clinic. Among the twenty percent of infertile couples whose treatments resulted in a successful pregnancy,1 they were doubly blessed, in fact, with twins.' Six years later, however, a letter in the mailbox turned their lives upside down. Although apologetic in tone, the letter suggested that the unthinkable had occurred and requested that the twins be submitted for genetic testing to determine whether they were born from another woman's eggs.3

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