The California Medical Board has revoked the license of Dr. Michael Kamrava, the fertility doctor who helped Nadya Suleman conceive octuplets.  

Suleman, better known as “Octomom,” already had six children by previous in-vitro fertilization.  She gave birth to eight more children in January 2009. 

The California State Attorney General also accused Dr. Michael Kamrava of gross negligence for his treatment of a 48-year-old woman who had complications after getting pregnant with in-vitro quadruplets. There is another case under investigation involving a 42-year-old woman who was diagnosed with progressive ovarian cancer after receiving fertility treatments.

Dr. Kamrava's lawyer puts the blame on Nadya Suleman for not aborting what he called "an excessive number" of fetuses.