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'An Absolute Wonderful Gift': Sperm Donor Fighting Cancer Meets Biological Daughters09:57Download

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Sean Bunn, and his daughters Kelly Best, left, and Niki Ilse. In the midst of fighting brain cancer, Sean found out he has two biological daughters as a result of donating sperm when he was a college student. (Lynn Jolicoeur/WBUR)MoreCloseclosemore
Sean Bunn, and his daughters Kelly Best, left, and Niki Ilse. In the midst of fighting brain cancer, Sean found out he has two biological daughters as a result of donating sperm when he was a college student. (Lynn Jolicoeur/WBUR)

Sunday is Father's Day, and this Father's Day will take on new significance for a North Carolina man and his family. Sean Bunn recently found out he has two biological children who've been searching for him.

The life-altering news comes as the 47-year-old battles a lethal form of cancer. He's a longtime friend of Lynn Jolicoeur (@LMJolicoeur), from Here & Now contributor WBUR in Boston. She brings us his story.

This segment aired on June 16, 2017.

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