What’s happening to Dr. Meryl Nass of Ellsworth, Maine is reminiscent of what occurred in the Soviet Union when Josef Stalin was Premier. When it came to scientific fields and knowledge, the policy of Stalin’s regime was one of Lysenkoism, where any form of dissent resulted in someone being committed to a psychiatric ward or imprisoned. If Dr. Nass’s views are wrong there remedies if she is. But she has successfully treated COVID-19 patients wanting or needing care, in line with her duties as a physician.
Maine doctor suspended, ordered to undergo psych evaluation for spreading COVID-19 ‘misinformation’
Phil Silver, January 18, 2022, The Blaze
A doctor in Maine with decades of experience treating patients has had her license suspended and will be forced to undergo a psychological evaluation after allegedly deceptively treating patients with hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin and sharing controversial opinions about COVID-19 online.
What are the details?
Last week, Maine’s Board of Licensure in Medicine voted unanimously to move forward with an investigation into Dr. Meryl Nass of Ellsworth after at least two complaints were lodged against her for spreading misinformation about COVID-19, Maine Public reported.
Nass, a doctor specializing in internal medicine who first obtained a license to practice medicine in Maine in 1997, was issued an immediate 30-day suspension on Jan. 12, according to the state medical board’s suspension order.
In the order, the board accused Nass of “engaging in the practice of fraud, deceit or misrepresentation in connection with services rendered within the scope of the license issued” as well as engaging in “unprofessional conduct” and conduct that “evidences a lack of ability or fitness to discharge” her duties.
The complaints against Nass include evidence that she used her personal blog to engage in “the public dissemination of ‘misinformation’ regarding the SARS CoV2 pandemic.”