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Clinic denies role in sperm smuggling

By The Nation




THE Jetanin Institute for Assisted Reproduction has denied playing a role in the attempted smuggling of sperm out of Thailand.


Dr Piyaphan Punyatanasakchai, who works at the fertility clinic in Bangkok, said on Monday that her clinic had only conducted blood and sperm tests for the 

 two foreigners linked to the smuggling case. 


“A Vietnamese [man] consulted us about infertility problems and has had his sperm checked. He only took test results with him, not sperm,” she said. 


Piyaphan said another clinic sent in blood samples for tests, and the blood belonged to a Chinese man. 


“We don’t know what they did later,” she said, as a team from the Health Service Support Department (HSSD) dropped by to check. 


HSSD deputy director-general Dr Thongchai Keeratihuttayakorn said the Jetanin Institute had provided good cooperation in the investigation. 


Piyaphan said her clinic had already lodged a complaint with police against a person who linked its name to the sperm-smuggling scandal. 


Last week, a man was arrested in Nong Khai, the border province near Laos, for allegedly trying to smuggle human sperm out of the country. 


Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/news/breakingnews/30313223

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So it is human sperm just yesterday they were still waiting for the results ! Shame mine were in cold storage for 12 months could have gone to a good cause when their time was up free of charge instead of going down the drain !

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This 'clinic, as the possible other one(s) involved, is/are most totally right and are not responsible for anything! As we all know the semen collection capsules, the refrigerated container and the liquid nitrogen coolant are all for sale in every Chinese shop on the corner of each Soi... One of the sides of Thainess I hate the most: the 'it's not me, it's ...' factor (and it mostly works too, with the right contacts and influence...)!

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