Top news here in San Francisco is about the fertility doctor who helped Nadya Suleman become the “Octomom." The top news is that he has now had his medical license revoked.
The state medical board in California said that the move was made to protect the public, reports the Daily Beast.
Dr. Michael Kamrava had given several in vitro treatments to Nadya Suleman and this helped her eventually to become the mother of fourteen babies.
The news source, gawker.com says that Dr. Kamrava should have referred Suleman herself for mental evaluation.
There was immense outrage over the births of the 8 babies in January 2009 and as a result, an investigation was made into the medical practice of Dr. Michael Kamrava.
According to Reuters.com, the California medical board reported that it was also unhappy with Kamrava's treatment of two other patients. One of those patients was a 48 year-old woman whom Kamrava implanted with seven embryos. He used eggs donated by the woman's daughter.
The licence revocation takes effect July 1st, reports TMZ.
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