This is a review of the Japanese film, Like Father, Like Son. The movie tells the story of two families attempting to resolve the dilemma of learning that their 6-year old sons are actually not their biological children, but rather children swapped at birth by a nurse with malicious intent.
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The author is an Associate Editor at the Journal of Bioethical Inquiry but was not involved in the peer-review process for this manuscript.
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Bramstedt, K.A. Like Father, Like Son . Bioethical Inquiry 12, 359–360 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11673-015-9625-9
- Genetic identity
- Family tree
- Parent–child relations