By Jen Heger
Radar Legal Editor
Dr. Michael Kamrava, ‘Octo-Mom’ Nadya Suleman‘s doctor, is appealing the decision by the Medical Board of California to revoke his license to practice, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting
Dr. Kamrava implanted Suleman with multiple embryos which resulted in the birth of her octuplets in January 2009, and his license was revoked in early June. Dr. Kamrava’s last day to practice medicine will be July 1, 2011, at 5 p.m.
Documents filed on his behalf state: “Petitioner requests a stay to be issued until the writ of mandate is heard. Revocation of his license would be detrimental to his ability to earn a living and be gainfully employed. The Petitioner is respectfully requesting this court to issue the stay order and ultimately strike the order revoking the license and adopt the proposed decision issued by the administrative judge as the Board exceeded it’s jurisdiction and violated petitioner’s due process right to earn a living.”
Dr. Kamrava is asking a judge to allow him to continue practicing medicine until the appeal is heard. Dr. Kamrava says he will officially file the appeal once the transcripts from his administrative hearing are made available to him.