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My suggestion, for anyone wishing to go as far as DNA testing to be sure of the identity of remains, is to avoid cremating those remains.

The couple has since received a new box that the crematory said is their daughter ashes, but they hope a DNA test can ensure the cremains are really their daughter’s.

Source: Pa. mother discovers daughter’s cremains are actually dog remains | PennLive.com

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