The Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine on Tuesday found Dr. Meryl Nass guilty of medical incompetence and placed her on two-year probation, subject to remedial sanctions. Nass, who last month sued the board, said her case comes down to defending the patient-provider relationship.
Three Canadian doctors and a professor of immunology described to LifeSiteNews staff their resistance to the cult-like acceptance of the mainstream COVID narrative at this year's annual general meeting in July.
The Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine on Tuesday called two witnesses to testify in its third hearing on the suspension of Dr. Meryl Nass over her treatment of patients with COVID-19. Under cross-examination, the first witness was forced to walk back many of his claims.
The Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine on Tuesday resumed its hearing on the suspension of Dr. Meryl Nass, who compared the hearings to a 'kangaroo court' and hinted that she may pursue legal action against the board’s members.
Dr. Nass was suspended by the Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine for her public criticism of government COVID-19 policies and early treatment of the virus. CHD.TV will livestream the Maine Board of Licensure’s hearing, set for Oct. 11 at 1 p.m. Eastern, on the board’s Jan. 12 suspension of Dr. Meryl Nass’s medical license.
Bill HB 2149, which now makes its way to Gov. Mike Parson's desk, would bar state medical licensing boards from punishing or removing the medical licenses of doctors who 'lawfully' prescribe the two drugs.