A doctor in Maine who has decades of experience in treating patients has had her license removed and will also be forced to undergo a psych evaluation after treating patients with ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine and sharing wrongthink opinions about COVID-19 on the internet.
Last week, Maine’s Board of Medicine voted unanimously to push for an investigation into Dr. Meryl Nass from Ellsworth after two complaints were filed against her for spreading covid-19 misinformation, Maine Public said.
Nass, a doctor who first got a license to practice medicine in the state back in 1997, was given a 30-day suspension on January 12, according to the state medical board’s order.
In this new order, the board accused Nass of “working in the practice of deceit, fraud or misrepresentation in relation to services rendered inside the scope of the licenses issued” as well as working in “unprofessional conduct” and actions that “evidences a lack of fitness or ability to discharge” her duties.
The complaints filed against Nass include some evidence she used her own blog to engage in “the public spreading of ‘misinformation’ about the SARS CoV2 pandemic.”
In several posts going back to 2021, Nass questioned the efficacy and safety of widespread vaccination against coronavirus and said that the covid vaccination is being used, in part, to justify a vaccine passport. In one post, she said that “COVID vaccines are connected to high rates of miscarriages.”
Nass also supposedly said that recipients “guinea pigs” for the mRNA vaccines — like the ones developed by Moderna and Pfizer — and said “there could be things in these vaccines that the government wishes to inject into us.”
Nass — who is reportedly connected with the Children’s Defense Fund, a top anti-vaccination group led by Bobby Kennedy Jr. — was also slammed for supporting the use of ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19 patients.
According to the new legal order, on December 19, a physician told the board that Nass had diagnosed an unvaccinated person “over the phone” with coronavirus and “given 5 days worth of ivermectin” to treat the illness.
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