Octomom Nadya Suleman Sends the Youngest Litter Off to School

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Nadya Suleman, made headlines in 2009 when she revealed that she had undergone IVF treatment!

Then then unemployed mother of six faced media and public scrutiny leaving many questioning her judgement skills as well as the of ethical standards of the physician, Dr. Michael Kamrava, who performed the procedure.

Since then, the Octomom has faced highs and lows including welfare fraud, bankruptcy and an adult film controversy. Dr. Kamrava became the subject of an investigation by the Medical Board of California which eventually led to his medical license being revoked.

That was then and this is now… things have changed and Suleman’s youngest have started school. She took to social media to share a first day of school pick! The 43-year-old added a caption, saying: ‘Any other parents exceptionally stressed and overwhelmed by the first week back to school.

Investigation Dr. Michael M. Kamrava, MD
On February 6, 2009, the Medical Board of California announced that it was investigating Dr. Kamrava, the physician who transferred the embryos, in an attempt to substantiate if there was a violation of the standard of care. The American Society for Reproductive Medicine expressed interest in assisting the Board in its investigation.Kamrava had also provided fertility treatment to a 49-year-old woman who was uninsured, 5 months pregnant with quadruplets, and hospitalized at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center, where at least seven embryos were used. In October 2009, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine announced that it had expelled Dr. Kamrava.

In January 2010, charges were filed with the California Medical Board in relation to the conception of the octuplets. The complaint also stated that Kamrava had exercised gross negligence, acted “beyond the reasonable judgment” of any physician, and used a number of embryos that “far exceeded” existing guidelines.

On June 1, 2011, the California Board announced that Dr. Kamrava’s license would be revoked effective July 1. The charges also included the assertion that fresh, non-frozen embryos were used each time.

On May 8, 2013, the State Medical Board of Ohio denied Kamrava restoration of his medical license after he filed an appeal to practice there as it was the state where he was educated.[55]

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