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'Octomom' doctor challenges license revocation
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The Beverly Hills fertility doctor who implanted Nadya Suleman with octuplets is challenging the decision to revoke his medical license.
Dr. Michael Kamrava filed a petition asking for a stay of the July 1 revocation.
He said if his license is taken away, it would be detrimental to his ability to earn a living.
He's asking instead for probation.
Suleman has a total of 14 children, all of whom were conceived as a result of Kamrava's treatment.
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