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Daniel A. Potter MD
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Dr. Potter, Huntington Reproductive Center
Dr. Daniel A. Potter, MD, FACOG, is a Reproductive Endocrinologist at Huntington Reproductive Center in Laguna Hills, California. HRC offers gender selection with MicroSort and PGD, and is a world-renowned infertility research center.
March 2007 - Posts
I have been answering questions in the forum for about 2 weeks now. What great questions. Your questions have challenged me and also prompted me to do more background on some the gender prediction kits and other 'low tech' items. The more you look into these things, the worse they look unfortunately. The Baby Gender Mentor by AccuGen makes the incredible claim that it is 99.9% accurate. Better than virtually any medical test ever devised....ever! They make this claim without having a single shred of peer reviewed data published and without revealing the methods of their supposed near perfect test. If these claims were really true and backed by credible published data, the scientist involved would be in line for international accolades and maybe even a Nobel prize. The test cost $25 for the kit and another $250 for you to have it run. I was absolutely stunned by the cost of this. I mean, there are scams but this is pretty brazen.
Oh, and they will give you your money back if they are wrong. Like this is supposed to lend credibility to the operation. Well it does not. Let me explain this con for you:
I know most of you ladies out there do not bet on sports and so are probably not as familiar with this type of scam as a sports fan would be but here is how it works: You have your hot release, pick of the week. You sell this information to your clients with a money back guarantee. You give half of the clients one team and half the other. You are guaranteed a good return on investment.
With gender detection, they will be right at least half of the time. If they are right, they keep your money. If they are not right, only a fraction of wronged patrons will actually go through with the refund process. This would be a profitable set up even if they used the magic 8 ball to predict the gender (don't get any ideas out there!!!).
So caveat emptor or ‘let the buyer beware’.
Mar 27 2007, 03:01 PM
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