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The Immaculate Deception
Fertility doctor Jan Karbaat was renowned for getting amazing results. Women who were desperate for children would visit him at his Rotterdam clinic and leave pregnant. But when the clinic closed, rumours began about the methods Karbaat used to achieve his success. The children conceived at the clinic - the Karbaat Kids - began asking difficult questions about what happened to their mothers.  What happened in Dr Karbaat’s clinic? From Somethin’ Else, The Immaculate Deception is a story about a doctor who was determined to create life - by any means possible. Reported and hosted by Jenny...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 762 ratings
Betrayal trauma
I was in it for 5 long years. I was promised and promised and I can’t do this anymore unles he gets help
Stevenmel via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/03/21
Reporting 👍
Interviews and writing bring it all together.
hazelbnr via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/07/21
So intriguing
Amazingly put together podcast and well presented. Every episode had me so eager to listen to the next.
Vicky.lee98 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/28/21
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