The Medical Board of California says Octomom Nadya Suleman "was placing her offspring at risk for potential harm."
The Board is recommending that Michael Kamrava, the fertility doctor who artificially inseminated Suleman, be disciplined because he acted with "gross negligence" with regard to her treatment.
The Board concluded, "His failure to recognize that [Suleman's] behavior was outside the norm and that her conduct was placing her offspring at risk for potential harm."
The Board is recommending that Dr. Kamrava's license be revoked or suspended.
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