Dr. Michael Kamrava will lose his license to practice medicine for one reason and one reason alone. He created the child-rearing mess that is Octomom.
California yanked the medical license of the Beverly Hills fertility doctor who implanted 12 embryos into "Octomom" Nadya Suleman three years ago.
Effective July 1, the state's Medical Board will take away his right to practice forever, a more severe punishment than the doc's expected five-year ban.
Kamrava, a fertility doctor, sure did his job well.
At a hearing last year, Kamrava apologized for implanting the embryos into Nadya Suleman without ordering that she be given a mental health evaluation.
The board ruled Kamrava "did not exercise sound judgment" in treating Suleman, then 33, unemployed and with six kids already, and other patients.
The board found that Kamrava "committed gross negligence, repeated negligent acts, and incompetence" in his treatment of Octomom and two others.
Kamrava's attorneys had argued that Suleman could have ended the pregnancy, and that the backlash against her made him look guilty by association.
Officials were unmoved by that assertion.