Future welfare recipient Nadya Suleman, better known as Octomom, has been caught in a series of lies pertaining to her octuplets' birth following an investigation.
A fertility doctor implanted her with 12 embryos in the pregnancy that spawned her octuplets, conflicting with her claims that only six were implanted and two split.
Also, she's said in the past that she has no embryos remaining. She has 29 of them left. Dr. Michael Kamrava may lose his license as a result.
14 DOWN, 29 TO GO: Fight breedism, indeed.
Implanting Octomom with that many embryos endangered her life and violated national standards of care, Deputy Attorney General Judith Alvarado said at the Medical Board of California’s hearing to consider revoking his license.
Kamrava "knew that [this] 12-embryo transfer was unsafe," Alvarado said, as national medical guidelines specify that no more than two embryos are should be used in IVF treatments for a healthy woman under 35. Two ... give or take 10.The board has set aside two weeks to decide if he was negligent.
Dr. Victor Y. Fujimoto, an expert witness for the medical board and director of the in vitro fertilization program at University of California, San Francisco, testified at the hearing that 12 embryos transferred into a uterus is unheard of.
Another doctor revealed that the mother of 14 freaking kids, who narrowly escaped foreclosure this month, still has 29 frozen embryos waiting in the wings.
La Habra, Calif., taxpayers are shaking in their boots.