Accusations against ‘Octomom’ fertility doctor

June 1, 2011  By Rong-Gong Lin II
The Beverly Hills fer­til­ity doc­tor who as­sisted Nadya Sule­man in con­ceiv­ing oc­tup­lets will have his li­cense re­voked, the Med­ic­al Board of Cali­for­nia ruled Wed­nes­day. The board found that Dr. Mi­chael Kam­rava had “com­mit­ted acts of gross neg­li­gence and re­peated neg­li­gent acts” in his care of Sule­man and an­oth­er pa­tient and had com­mit­ted “re­peated neg­li­gent acts” in his care of a third pa­tient. The re­voc­a­tion is sched­uled to take ef­fect Ju­ly 1.
Jan. 24, 2011  By Molly Hennessy-Fiske
An ad­min­is­trat­ive law judge has re­com­men­ded five years pro­ba­tion for Dr. Mi­chael Kam­rava, the con­tro­ver­sial fer­til­ity doc­tor who helped Nadya Sule­man con­ceive 14 chil­dren, in­clud­ing oc­tup­lets. The Cali­for­nia Med­ic­al Board, which meets later this week, must now make a de­cision on the re­com­mend­a­tion.
Jan. 24, 2011  By Molly Hennessy-Fiske
Nov. 18, 2010  By Molly Hennessy-Fiske
The Beverly Hills fer­til­ity doc­tor who as­sisted Nadya Sule­man in con­ceiv­ing oc­tup­lets was cited by fed­er­al reg­u­lat­ors for us­ing an ex­per­i­ment­al pro­ced­ure without her in­formed con­sent, ac­cord­ing to testi­mony Thursday at a state med­ic­al board hear­ing in down­town Los Angeles.
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