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Woman Sues Fertility Center After Equipment Failure Destroys Her Eggs

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A woman whose frozen eggs were destroyed after a freezer malfunction at San Francisco’s Pacific Fertility Center has filed a class action lawsuit against the company. The suit claims the company was negligent and didn’t properly maintain equipment. We’ll discuss the lawsuit and would like to hear from you: Were you affected by the freezer malfunction? How, if at all, does it influence your decision to freeze your eggs?

Guests:
Catherine Ho, healthcare reporter, SF Chronicle
Bill Taroli, stored embryos at San Francisco’s Pacific Fertility Center
Steven Tindall, attorney,  Girard Gibbs LLP, attorney for the class action suit

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