A federal judge has thrown out two cases against a Georgia sperm bank over claims that it misled clients about the psychiatric, educational and criminal background of a sperm donor.

In two near-identical orders issued March 17, Northern District Judge Thomas Thrash ruled that the suits against Xytex Corp. were essentially claims for “wrongful birth,” which is not recognized under Georgia law.

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