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If CooperSurgical destroyed your IVF embryos along with your hopes and dreams of parenthood, there is something you can do about it.

CooperSurgical, a major provider of medical supplies, is currently facing a series of lawsuits from patients alleging that one of its products led to the destruction of embryos created through in vitro fertilization (IVF).

Federal regulators disclosed that the disputed product, a liquid crucial for nurturing fertilized eggs into embryos utilized by fertility clinics worldwide, has destroyed the embryos and hopes of parenthood for thousands of patients.

Since then, families across the United States have filed eight lawsuits against CooperSurgical. Together, these families claim to have lost over 100 embryos due to exposure to the flawed product, referred to as culture media.

In the lawsuits, the plaintiffs argue that:

  • three batches of liquid lacked a vital nutrient, magnesium;
  • prevented their embryos from developing properly; and,
  • rendered those embryos unusable.

CooperSurgical declined to provide comments regarding the ongoing lawsuits.

Each bottle contained enough liquid for multiple patients, and an embryologist and laboratory director at California Fertility Partners mentioned that if clinics used even half of the affected bottles, up to 20,000 patients could have been impacted.

With its rising demand for IVF, the fertility medicine field has seen CooperSurgical positioning itself as a prominent player. The company has acquired five smaller fertility firms over the past decade, contributing to its $1.2 billion revenue in the previous year, with a significant portion from fertility services and supplies.

In a recent investor call, the company's CEO highlighted 12 consecutive quarters of "double-digit growth" in its fertility sector.

The lawsuits depict a consistent narrative:

  • Couples endure years of fertility struggles;
  • Then, they discover healthy embryos; but,
  • They came to learn that these embryos had ceased to develop.

The initial lawsuit involved a Los Angeles couple who claimed that 34 embryos were lost due to faulty media. This represents a recent pattern of manufacturing issues resulting from rapid industry growth and consolidation.

We encourage eligible victims who suffered damages when CooperSurgical's botched in vitro fertilization (IVF) liquid destroyed their embryos to request a free, private case review for justice and potential compensation.

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Victims Who Had Their Embryos Destroyed—As Well As Their Hopes Of Parenthood—By Coopersurgical’s Botched In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) Liquid Can Seek Justice And Potential Compensation

To qualify:

  • You must have undergone IVF in the last six months
  • You must not already have a lawyer
  • You must be willing to discuss your experience with an attorney

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If Coopersurgical Destroyed Your Ivf Embryos Along With Your Hopes And Dreams Of Parenthood, There Is Something You Can Do About It.

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Help For Victims & Families That Have Had Their Embryos Destroyed—As Well As Their Hopes Of Parenthood—By Coopersurgical’s Botched In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

What are the first steps toward justice if I or a family member have been involved in a negligent IVF case from a faulty CooperSurgical product?

Eligible victims involved in a negligent IVF case from a faulty CooperSurgical product are encouraged to request a free, private case review for justice and potential compensation.

Federal regulators disclosed that the disputed product:

is a liquid crucial for nurturing fertilized eggs into embryos;

is utilized by fertility clinics worldwide;

had recalled three batches of this liquid utilized by clinics; and,

destroyed the embryos and hopes of parenthood for thousands of patients.

Families claim to have lost over 100 embryos due to exposure to the flawed product, referred to as culture media, arguing that:

three batches of liquid lacked a vital nutrient, magnesium;

prevented their embryos from developing properly; and,

rendered those embryos unusable.

Compensation Begins With A Free Online Case Review

Victims who suffered damages when CooperSurgical's botched in vitro fertilization (IVF) liquid have grounds to pursue legal action and financial recovery of their damages.

In Vitro Fertilization Damage FAQ: Questions About IVF Damage

How big of a market share does CooperSurgical claim in the fertility medicine field?

The company has acquired five smaller fertility firms over the past decade, contributing to its $1.2 billion revenue in the previous year, with a significant portion from fertility services and supplies plus 12 consecutive quarters of "double-digit growth" in its fertility sector.

How many victims could have been affected by CooperSurgical's botched IVF liquid?

An embryologist and laboratory director at California Fertility Partners mentioned that if clinics used even half of the affected bottles, up to 20,000 patients could have been impacted. An initial lawsuit involved a Los Angeles couple who claimed that 34 embryos were lost due to faulty media.

After discovery of the faulty products, what steps were taken to inform the public?

The company informed affected clinics via notice of "performance issues" potentially leading to impaired embryo development, instructing them to discontinue the product's use. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a recall notice indicating that nearly 1,000 culture media bottles were affected.

If Coopersurgical destroyed your IVF embryos along with your hopes and dreams of parenthood, there is something you can do about it.

Experienced attorneys can help fight to hold accountable those companies responsible for their negligent actions. Contact us for a free case evaluation today.

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