Octo-Doc Michael Kamrava: "My Bad"
As its hearing that could result in Beverly Hills physician Michael Kamrava losing his medical license continues today, the California Medical Board has already got an apology from the fertility doctor of Octomom Nadya Suleman of La Habra.
Having assisted Suleman in her previous pregnancies, Kamrava claimed he believed in 2008 that Suleman only wanted four embryos implanted, but that she went on to steadfastly insist on a dozen.
The doctor testified earlier that Suleman had it in her head that she would have a total brood of 12 (give her points for being an over-achiever), and that she was desperate to crank out babies ASAP because she was showing signs of premature menopause.
Much as she is now, Suleman was experiencing severe financial woes at the time.
Kamrava told Juarez he has since cleaned up his practice to national standards, including restricting the number of embryos he will implant in a patient.