Investigations begin into Ohio fertility clinic malfunction
Wednesday, 14 March 2018 CLEVELAND (AP) — A fertility clinic where thousands of frozen embryos and eggs may have been destroyed in a storage tank failure is being investigated by two accreditation organizations and Ohio's healthdepartment. It's not clear yet what caused the malfunction on March 4 at the clinic run by University Hospitals in suburban Cleveland. It's also a mystery why liquid nitrogen levels for a storage tank at a San Francisco fertility clinic fell dramatically on the same day. There is no known connection between the two episodes. The College of American Pathology in Chicago is among those investigating the Ohio clinic, which could lose accreditation if it's found to be out of compliance and doesn't resolve the issues, said Dr.
Hundreds of families had to deal with some devastating news this week when an Ohio fertility clinic malfunctioned, causing many to lose their chance at having children and starting new families of their own.
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