American octomom, Nadya Suleman, who had given birth to octuplets in January 2009, has put her fertility doctor in trouble. Dr. Michael Kamvara had implanted Nadya with 12 embryos, just because she had insisted.
But the act has now put Kamvara in trouble. The fertility specialist is now struggling for his medical license. The Medical Board of California have declared that the medical license of Kamvara has been revoked, which will take effect from 1st July 2011.
In the month of February it was reported that the judge had recommended to put the doctor for five years of probation, as the specialist is not likely to repeat the same mistake again with any other patient. But the board members has insisted that the case of Suleman’s is not isolated and that the same things was done, not once,
not twice but three times.
As the act involves repeated negligence, the board kept their decision as constant. Suleman had reportedly insisted to have so many embryos at once, which are above the normal level for the woman of her age. Suleman had even promised that she would reduce the number if too many had become viable. The doctor has said that he realizes his mistake in all the cases and had cried for an apology in the court last year.