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Do I have my mother's blood?
I was told that the child only has the father's blood because the blood is carried to the child from the father's sperm.  That the child has both parent's genes.
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You were told incorrectly.  Blood types and blood production genes are inherited from BOTH parents. Technically, the blood is the child's own unique blood, a product of the combination of the two parents' genes.  There is no blood carried in the sperm.  
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