Medical Malpractice: Wrong man's sperm produces twins — and a shocking accusation

side note: This is one of the more salacious and odd medical malpractice cases that I’ve read.

Hundreds of women have trusted him with their bodies, and their dreams of motherhood. Many depend on him as their doctor today.

But for nearly seven years, none of Dr. Ben D. Ramaley’s patients have known that the prominent obstetrician/gynecologist had been accused of an almost unimaginable act — substituting his own sperm for that of a patient’s husband during an artificial insemination procedure.

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