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By Donald Lambro
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Topic - Judith Alvarado
The medical license of a doctor who implanted 12 embryos into "Octomom" Nadya Suleman should be revoked because he put the lives of patients in jeopardy and remains a threat to others, a prosecutor said Thursday.
Michael Kamrava sat quietly in a Los Angeles courtroom during closing hearings in his fight to keep his license and career as sparring attorneys sketched competing pictures of the fertility doctor.
Nadya Suleman's fertility doctor endangered the mother of 14 by implanting her with a dozen embryos in the pregnancy that gave her octuplets, a state attorney said Monday.
In addition, Kamrava shrugged off his responsibility by blaming some of his patients for his own "bad acts," Alvarado told the California Medical Board at a license revocation hearing.
Deputy Attorney General Judith Alvarado alleged nine breaches of the California Medical Practice Act while saying the license of Dr. Michael Kamrava should be pulled.