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April 29, 1990 | NANCY HILL-HOLTZMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A smiling little girl, eyes twinkling behind Coke-bottle glasses, opens the door of her brand-new home in a tract alongside the orange groves on the outskirts of Riverside. Her brother, smaller, thinner, but with the same sunny countenance, chatters merrily by her side. From the look of it, the boy could be a year younger than his sister. In fact, the two were born but a moment apart, and they had company. Five more babies emerged from the same womb, all under 2 pounds. One was stillborn.
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January 24, 1991 | ALLISON SAMUELS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Patti Frustaci, who gave birth to septuplets nearly six years ago after taking a fertility drug, has delivered twins produced with the help of the same drug, her lawyer said Wednesday. Patti and Sam Frustaci became parents of a boy and a girl, Jordan Browne and Jaclyn Lee, on Dec. 21 at Loma Linda University Medical Center in Loma Linda, attorney R. Browne Greene said.
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January 24, 1991 | ALLISON SAMUELS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Patti Frustaci, who gave birth to septuplets nearly six years ago after taking a fertility drug, has delivered twins produced with the help of the same drug, her lawyer said Wednesday. Patti and Sam Frustaci became parents of a boy and a girl, Jordan Browne and Jaclyn Lee, on Dec. 21 at Loma Linda University Medical Center in Loma Linda, attorney R. Browne Greene said.
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January 24, 1991 | ALLISON SAMUELS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Patti Frustaci, who gave birth to septuplets nearly six years ago after taking a fertility drug, has given birth to twins produced with the help of the same drug, her lawyer said Wednesday. Patti and Sam Frustaci became parents of a boy and girl, Jordan Browne and Jaclyn Lee, on Dec. 21 at Loma Linda Hospital in Riverside, attorney R. Browne Greene said.
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June 26, 1990
An attorney for Patti Frustaci, the Riverside woman who gave birth to septuplets after taking fertility drugs, accused the doctor whom Frustaci is suing for malpractice of sending an important witness out of the country so that he could not testify. The witness, Dr. Ezio Zanutta, who practiced at the Westwood clinic co-owned by defendant Jaroslav Marik, also treated Frustaci.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 10, 1990
Against the wishes of a doctor accused of malpractice, Patti Frustaci, a Riverside woman who gave birth to the nation's first septuplets in 1985, and her husband, Sam, have agreed to settle their suit against the infertility clinic that treated her, representatives for both sides said Monday. Terms of the settlement will not be revealed until it is made final and recorded in Santa Monica Superior Court today. The Frustacis, whose babies were born at St.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 10, 1990
Against the wishes of the doctor accused of malpractice, Patti Frustaci, a Riverside woman who gave birth to the nation's first septuplets in 1985, and her husband, Sam, have agreed to settle their suit against the infertility clinic that treated her, representatives for both sides said Monday. Terms of the settlement will not be revealed until it is made final and recorded in Santa Monica Superior Court today. The Frustacis allege infertility specialist Dr.
NEWS
January 24, 1991 | ALLISON SAMUELS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Patti Frustaci, who gave birth to septuplets nearly six years ago after taking a fertility drug, has given birth to twins produced with the help of the same drug, her lawyer said Wednesday. Patti and Sam Frustaci became parents of a boy and girl, Jordan Browne and Jaclyn Lee, on Dec. 21 at Loma Linda Hospital in Riverside, attorney R. Browne Greene said.
NEWS
June 3, 1985
The condition of the two sickest surviving Frustaci septuplets deteriorated overnight, hospital officials said this morning. Babies James Martin and Bonnie Marie, the second and fourth infants born to Patti and Samuel Frustaci on May 21, are in critical condition and are being closely monitored at Childrens Hospital of Orange County, hospital spokesman Doug Wood said. He would not elaborate on their conditions.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 4, 1985
First Septuplet to Go Home: One of three surviving Frustaci septuplets will be allowed to go home Friday, and the other two may follow in about a month, a spokesman for Childrens Hospital of Orange County said Tuesday. Patricia Ann Frustaci, the first-born of the seven infants who were born 12 weeks prematurely on May 21 to Patricia and Samuel Frustaci of Riverside, will be the first to be released from the hospital, said hospital spokesman Doug Wood.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 10, 1990
Against the wishes of a doctor accused of malpractice, Patti Frustaci, a Riverside woman who gave birth to the nation's first septuplets in 1985, and her husband, Sam, have agreed to settle their suit against the infertility clinic that treated her, representatives for both sides said Monday. Terms of the settlement will not be revealed until it is made final and recorded in Santa Monica Superior Court today. The Frustacis, whose babies were born at St.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 10, 1990
Against the wishes of the doctor accused of malpractice, Patti Frustaci, a Riverside woman who gave birth to the nation's first septuplets in 1985, and her husband, Sam, have agreed to settle their suit against the infertility clinic that treated her, representatives for both sides said Monday. Terms of the settlement will not be revealed until it is made final and recorded in Santa Monica Superior Court today. The Frustacis allege infertility specialist Dr.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 26, 1990
An attorney for Patti Frustaci, the Riverside woman who gave birth to septuplets after taking fertility drugs, accused the doctor whom Frustaci is suing for malpractice of sending an important witness out of the country so that he could not testify. The witness, Dr. Ezio Zanutta, who practiced at the Westwood clinic co-owned by defendant Jaroslav Marik, also treated Frustaci.
NEWS
April 29, 1990 | NANCY HILL-HOLTZMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A smiling little girl, eyes twinkling behind Coke-bottle glasses, opens the door of her brand-new home in a tract alongside the orange groves on the outskirts of Riverside. Her brother, smaller, thinner, but with the same sunny countenance, chatters merrily by her side. From the look of it, the boy could be a year younger than his sister. In fact, the two were born but a moment apart, and they had company. Five more babies emerged from the same womb, all under 2 pounds. One was stillborn.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 7, 1985 | MARCIDA DODSON, Times Staff Writer
The smallest and sickest of the 16-day-old surviving Frustaci septuplets died of cardiac and respiratory failure Thursday in his parents' arms. James Martin Frustaci, the second-born of seven, died at 11:04 a.m. at Childrens Hospital of Orange County, "after a valiant struggle for life," said the babies' chief doctor, Carrie Worcester. James died four days after his condition and that of his sister, Bonnie Marie, began to deteriorate.
NEWS
August 26, 1985
The first-born Frustaci septuplet will be released from Children's Hospital of Orange County on Wednesday but will leave her two brothers behind, hospital spokesman Laura Johnson said. Three-month-old Patricia Ann Frustaci, who weighs almost 5 pounds, will leave for the Riverside home of her parents, Patti and Samuel Frustaci. Her brothers, Richard Charles and Stephen Earl "are doing fine, but they haven't gained the weight to go home," Johnson said.
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