Octomom’s doctor could lose medical license
The California Medical Board filed an official complaint against fertility specialist Dr. Michael Kamrava, the physician who implanted embryos into Nadya Suleman, also known as “Octomom” to the media.
Suleman gave birth to octuplets in January 2009, following the implantation of embryos in her by Dr. Kamrava. The board complaint states that Dr. Kamrava should have referred Suleman to a psychiatrist when she stated that she wished to add to her brood of six. The board also names another woman on whom Dr. Kamrava negligently performed embryo implantations.
The hearing next Monday could lead to the revocation or suspension of Dr. Kamrava’s medical license.
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