Mother says Kaiser wants proof she can care for octuplets
Nadya Suleman told TV host "Dr. Phil" McGraw that she fears Kaiser Permanente Medical Center may not release her octuplets to her until she proves she can care for them. In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, McGraw said Suleman called him and was distressed after talking to Kaiser officials. Suleman has taped two episodes of McGraw's show. Suleman, a single mother who already had six children before giving birth to octuplets Jan. 26, lives with her mother in a three-bedroom house that is in pre-foreclosure. Suleman has no job and relies on government assistance.
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