Hi Tracy, that's very cool that you were in one of the studies!
I'm fairly certain other researchers' paternity studies have refuted (to at least some extent) this doctor - if anyone is interested you can check pubmed or the links Caryn has gathered in "recent studies and articles" viewtopic.php?f=28&t=26469&p=331108#p331108
under "paternity and preeclampsia".
As to your specific question, I'm not sure how to find your exact study results. Here's a few things I would try:http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term ... a%20dekker
- does it look like any of those studies were the one you were part of?
When I was in graduate school and helped conduct research (just helping professors on a few studies, I'm no researcher!) we were required to give written informed consent forms that included information on how to contact us for the overall study results when the study was completed. I assume you could just contact the institution where the research was conducted and ask. I believe Jasmin (reihlism) is a professor - Jasmin, what would you suggest?
I'll also ping Catherine, I'm pretty sure her research grant is from the NIH, so she should have some ideas, too.
I guess we can be a little thankful to the spam for bumping this for you!