Adopted Children and Biological parents

June 3, 2007 8:36pm CST
Do adopted children have the right to know who their biological parents are?
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@jsirois (54)
• United States
8 Jun 07
Every person has a right to know where they come from. Not all people want to know, but they should at least have a choice. It could life saving information to know your biological family's health history. It doesn't mean that you have to contact them, become best friends and forget the ones who loved and raised you. Sometimes you do form friendships with lost parents and siblings, sometimes you don't. But you still have the right to choose.
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8 Jun 07
That is so true.Choice is the key word.we all should have the right to choose what ever we want .
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@musicman6 (2368)
• United States
4 Jun 07
I believe they do have a right to know! because I have noticed that these children have a natural yearning to know their biological parents! And it doesn't matter how good or bad their adoptive parents have been!
4 Jun 07
i respect your opinion
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