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Dr. Oz says it's a natural gut reaction to question why there are no laws to stop in vitro fertilizations like Nayda's. "There are some countries, like Italy, that actually have rules. You're not allowed to implant more than three embryos, for example, there," Dr. Oz says. "But we don't want the government involved in a very personal relationship that we have to have with our doctors about such a sensitive topic."
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FROM: The Octuplet Controversy: Dr. Oz Weighs In
Published on February 24, 2009
As a reminder, always consult your doctor for medical advice and treatment before starting any program.

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