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Blood typing possiblility of offspring

  I understand that that the most accurate method of paternity testing is DNA. What is the probability of a child that the mother's blood type is O, and the child's didn't receive the mother's blood type and the alleged father's blood type is A+. If the the child's blood type isn't A+ should this conclusively exclude him?
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The baby not having the father’s blood group does not give the father a clean chit. There is a 50% chance that the baby can have the mother’s blood group and take only the Rh factor from the father which can be positive in both. Consult your Doctor.
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