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The StateOctomom's fertility doc testifies to save licenseThe StateLOS ANGELES — The fertility doctor whose in vitro treatments gave Nadya Suleman her octuplets testified Wednesday that ...and more »
Associated Press FeaturesBennington BannerLOS ANGELES (AP) -- Nadya Suleman's fertility doctor implanted a dozen embryos in the pregnancy that gave her octuplets, a state attorney said Monday, ...and more »
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Street-fighting feminist lawyer Gloria Allred enters fray against Tiger Woodsguardian.co.ukAllred's view of the law – expounded on her website for potential clients – combines an American view of universal entitlement with both grandiose and ...and more »
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public lectures since 1597. This tradition continues today with all of our five or so public lectures a week being made available for free download from our website. Baroness Ruth Deech is the Gresham Professor of Law and her series of free public lectures this year is on Family Law. ... Fertility Feminism IVF embryo Law Medicine Baroness Ruth Deech Lecture Talk Class Gresham College Sexual Reproduction career woman frozen embryos artificial gamete womb HFEA multiple birth Nadya Suleman Dr ...
Pregnant with 8, Nadya Suleman -- already a mother of 6 -- crazily calls 911 ! * * * * * Octuplet mother Nadya Suleman became unhinged with fear last year when she thought she had lost one of her children, repeatedly telling an emergency dispatcher, "Oh God, I'm going to kill myself," according to a recording of her 911 call released Wednesday by police. Suleman made the call Oct. 27 after her 5-year-old son went missing from the front yard, only to find him a few minutes later after he returned from a walk. Suleman's repeated threats of suicide prompted a chiding from the dispatcher, who could hear children's voices in the background. "Don't say that in front of your other child, OK?" the dispatcher tells Suleman. "Keep yourself under control for your other child; he doesn't need to hear that." Suleman, an unemployed single mother, has come under scrutiny since giving birth to octuplets Jan. 26 when she already had six other children, ages 2 to 7. Talk show hosts, celebrities and others have weighed in on the topic, with some questioning her ability to look after 14 children. The dramatic call Suleman made three months before the octuplets' birth resulted in a police visit to her home in Whittier, about 15 miles east of Los Angeles. It was among a number of visits authorities have made to the house in the last 14 months. CONTINUE STORY: abcnews.go.com WHITTIER, CA March 5, 2009 (AP)
Peter Dow's website - scot.extroverthost.com For Freedom Forums - scot.extroverthost.com The Nadya Suleman family website - www.thenadyasulemanfamily.com Nadya Suleman Facebook group - www.facebook.com February 12, 2009. Some expressed anger on account of who is paying the costs of Nadya Suleman, the mother of Octuplets, children. Some very cruel comments - death threats, wanting to rip out Nadya's uterus and so on. Not nice. So what are the real costs? Who owes whom? What value should we put ...
New Octuplet mommy Angelina Jolie Nadya Suleman has started her own website Thenadyasulemanfamily.com. On the site you have the ability to donate funds to the mother of 14. Here’s some info from CNN:
The Web site features pictures of a rainbow, child’s
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Nadya Suleman, the 33-year-old single mother who made international headlines when she gave birth to the world’s first surviving set of octuplets nearly three weeks ago, has launched a web site where
Angela Suleman says her daughter Nadya is incapable of taking care of 14 kids. [FEB 09 2009] GOOD MORNING AMERICA. CLICK TO VIEW NADYA'S NEW OCTUPLET WEBSITE: www.thenadyasulemanfamily.com. LOS ANGELES (AP) - The mother of the woman who used a fertility doctor to give birth to octuplets, despite already having six young children, called her daughter's actions "unconscionable" in a videotaped interview. Angela Suleman is caring for the six older children while ...
Join Nadya Suleman - Octuplets Mother Facebook group http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=49231218285 A Californian single mother-of-six who recently gave birth to octuplets has spoken for the first time about her desire to have a "huge" family. In excerpts from a TV interview yet to be broadcast, Nadya Suleman said she wanted to make up for the loneliness she felt growing up as an only child. Ms Suleman, 33, also defended her decision to conceive her children through in vitro fertilisation (IVF). The case has sparked a debate over the ethics of her treatment. "That was always a dream of mine, to have a large family, a huge family" - Nadya Suleman Fertility experts have raised concerns about the number of embryos implanted that resulted in the octuplets' birth, and questioned whether the procedure met medical guidelines. Ms Suleman, whose six older children are aged two to seven, said that all 14 of her children were conceived through IVF with sperm donated by a friend. Investigation Speaking to NBC's Today Show, due to be broadcast next week, Ms Suleman defended her decision to conceive by IVF. "I took a risk. It's a gamble. It always is," she said. "A lot of couples, usually it's couples, do undergo this procedure and it's not as controversial because they are couples so it's more acceptable to society. "All I wanted was children. I wanted to be a mom. That's all I ever wanted in my life. I love my children." - Nadya Suleman "For me, I feel as though I've been under the microscope because I've chosen this unconventional kind of life. I didn't intend on it being unconventional, just it turned out to be," she added. Asked about her background as a single child, she said: "All I wanted was children. I wanted to be a mom. That's all I ever wanted in my life. I love my children. "That was always a dream of mine, to have a large family, a huge family. "I just longed for certain connections and attachments with another person that... I really lacked, I believe, growing up." She said she had tried for seven years to get pregnant before finally conceiving through IVF. "From that facility, it was successful. And then I just kept going in," she said. Asked whether she had considered reducing the number of embryos that had successfully implanted, she replied: "Oh no. Sometimes we have that dream and that passion, and we take risks. And I did and it turned out perfectly." A huge team was needed to deliver the octuplets successfully Ms Suleman's eight babies were delivered nine weeks early by Caesarean section in a hospital near Los Angeles on 26 January. All are reported to be doing well. The facility, the Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Bellflower, California, has said it was not involved in the octuplets' conception. The California Medical Board has begun an investigation into whether there was a "violation of the standard of care" in the case. The American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) recommends that women of Ms Suleman's age have no more than two embryos implanted. Fertility experts have pointed to a lack of regulation in the field and called for professional organisations to put stricter rules in place for doctors and clinics. Multi-birth pregnancies come with a heightened risk of premature birth and health risks for the mother and the babies. --------- Discuss issues and videos on the For Freedom Forums http://scot.bravehost.com/youtubecomment.htm Americans really need to read this webpage in particular - "Attention Americans! Who are your true friends? Not the Windsors!" http://scot.bravehost.com/omp.htm?h=objection The Scottish National Standard Bearer website http://scot.bravehost.com 120+ more videos by Peter Dow here - http://uk.youtube.com/groups_videos?name=pdviewers
The Southern California woman who gave birth to octuplets last week told TODAYs Ann Curry in an exclusive interview that growing up as an only child, she had always dreamed of having a huge family. She also denied charges that she was irresponsible to have so many babies — especially with six other children already at home.