A California couple is suing a fertility clinic after giving delivery to a stranger’s youngster, saying they got the unsuitable embryo throughout in vitro fertilisation (IVF).
At an emotional information convention, Daphna Cardinale stated her recollections of childbirth would “at all times be tainted”, including she was struggling to elucidate the state of affairs to her older daughter who had misplaced the little sister she “fell in love with”.
The Cardinales are suing the Los Angeles-based fertility centre, the California Heart for Reproductive Well being (CCRH), in addition to In VitroTech Labs, an embryology lab.
The lawsuit alleges medical malpractice, negligence and fraudulent concealment. Neither firm responded to a BBC Information request for remark.
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