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Eastern European: Lithuania, Poland, Russia & Budapest .
Blood type B+
Maybe NYU school of Medicine ? .
Through testing at 23&me, the closest & only paternal relative who turns up was labeled a first cousin,a female, age 33, half Filipino, living in Vancouver, Canada. (Through that site, + Gedmatch & MyHeritage, we share 15.3-16.4% DNA).
The difference in our ages makes it more likely that she is the child of my (unknown) biological half-brother.
So, I imagine I have at least one half-brother out there.
She was conceived the usual way in the Philippines, where her mother was 16/17 & the father was traveling through. Likely an American, might have been in the USAF. Her mother doesnt recall a last name, but first name may be Frank.
I have no more information that may lead to my donor or other siblings.
Dr. Kleegman routinely used donors from a pool of medical students/interns/residents at NYU. Matched the ethnicity quite well.
My mother took this secret to her grave 5 years ago.
My dad is 88....I have given him several opportunities to come clean, (like my blood type being inconsistent) but he has not yet.