Should Paternity tests be mandatory upon the birth of a baby to protect men against paternity fraud?

There was a case that came to light recently here in the UK where a man found out after about 20 years that his two son werent infact his biological sons, this happened through a DNA test to check if his sons had inherited a gentic illness which has manifested its self in him and will kill him in the next couple of... show more There was a case that came to light recently here in the UK where a man found out after about 20 years that his two son werent infact his biological sons, this happened through a DNA test to check if his sons had inherited a gentic illness which has manifested its self in him and will kill him in the next couple of years,, this man happens to be wealthy which is bad enough but would be even more of a blow to some guy who has spent two decades of his life feeding and clothing boys that turn out not to be his, with all respect to the man he still wants a relationship with the boys but their mother has turned them against him, Manadatory DNA tests would put a stop to this kind of heartache and fraud that has without a doubt been happening to men since the year dot. Your views?
Update: I ment to add feeding and clothing two boys but working in a low paid or standard job)))
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