For several years a couple had not been able to have children. They then tried artificial insemination. Everything went according to plan until the birth of the two babies…
An Asian couple from New York could not have children. They then traveled from New York to Los Angeles, where they performed numerous tests and examinations in various laboratories.
After several attempts, they chose artificial insemination as a last resort and turned to the prestigious ‘CHA’ Fertility Centre in Los Angeles.
A £80,000 investment
The couple then invested a lot of money, more precisely £80,000, in their desire to have children.
Following this long journey, the newlyweds began fertilisation treatment (IVF) at the clinic. The doctors then succeeded in creating eight embryos with the couple's sperm and eggs.
The first attempt failed. Shortly afterwards, the clinic tried again, but this time with two embryos: the woman was then pregnant with twins.
An unexpected event...
In March 2019, the mother-to-be gave birth by caesarean section. However, a problem arose: the newborns were neither genetically related to each other nor of Asian origin.
The parents were shocked; it was revealed that the babies were born from embryos from two other couples, who were also clients of the clinic.
According to the New York Post report, the couple claims to have endured ‘permanent emotional suffering from which they will not be able to recover.’ Following this emotional shock, the couple decided to file a complaint against the clinic.
What is certain is that they do not know what happened to their embryos. The complaint states: ‘They did not correctly identify, tag, handle and store the complainants' embryos.’
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