Officials in California are requesting that the medical license of Beverly Hills fertility specialist Dr. Michael Kamrava be revoked amide charges of gross negligence in the in vitro fertilization cases of Octomom Nadya Suleman — the mother of 14 — and at least two other women.

Dr. Kamrava should have referred Nadya Suleman to a mental health specialist when she came to him saying she wanted more babies to add to her brood of six, according to an official complaint by the California medical board. Suleman, an unemployed single mother, gave birth to octuplets in Jan. 2009, making international headlines when it became clear that she was already depending on her parents and public assistance to feed her half-dozen older children.

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