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Topic : 02/11 Octuplets Debate

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Created on : Friday, February 06, 2009, 02:13:19 pm
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For most single mothers, one child is enough of a handful, but when a 33-year-old woman in Southern California gave birth to eight premature babies -– in addition to the six children under the age of 8 she already has -- the country started talking! The mother of 14, Nadya, is keeping a low profile, but it is reported that all her children were created through in-vitro fertilization, an expensive and purposeful process. Questions are cropping up: How did she end up with eight embryos? How will she care for all of them? Who will pay these children’s expenses over the years? How do we take the children’s well-being into account in reproductive medicine? Dr. Phil and his panel of esteemed guests, including Dr. Jim Sears co-host of The Doctors, debate the ethical questions that have been raised. Share your thoughts, join the discussion.

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April 29, 2009, 8:16 pm CDT

02/11 Octuplets Debate

Quote From: tyler1

Invetro starts around $10,000.  Nadya got a disability settlement of $165,000 a few years back.  She not only didn't tell her parents while living with them and on food stamps, she spent it all on herself, not the kids and never contributed.  Her numerous invetro's, plastic surgeries and botox injections ate it all up.   Pretty bad huh?
she only thinks about herself. some invetro is a little over 5,200. thats what my dr char\ges.
 
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