If Nadya Suleman ever decides that 14 kids isn't enough, she won't be able to turn to Beverly Hills fertility doctor Michael Kamrava for help. Kamrava, who helped Suleman conceive octuplets when she already had six children, and implanted seven embryos in a 49-year-old woman who only wanted one baby, has had his license revoked by California's medical board, reports the Los Angeles Times.
The panel decided that Kamrava, who ignored American Society of Reproductive Medicine guidelines on embryo transfers, was guilty of gross negligence in three cases, and it was necessary to revoke his license to protect the public. The case is likely to discourage other doctors tempted to implant more than the recommended number of embryos, according to a Los Angeles County fertility specialist. "That's a good outcome," he added. (Read more Michael Kamrava stories.)