A doctor suspended his medical license after writing that COVID vaccines are associated with reproductive harm
A A Maine doctor had her license to practice medicine suspended Tuesday after being accused of spreading false medical information regarding COVID-19.
Dr. Meryl Nass’ license has been temporarily suspended after the Maine Medical Licensing Board voted to investigate the allegations against her and suspend her ability to practice medicine for 30 days, according to a report.
She was given the option to have the suspension lifted if she goes into inactive status, the report notes.
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Nass is an internist and reportedly affiliated with Children’s Health Defense.
The group is outspoken in its opposition to vaccines and mandates.
According to the report, at least two complaints that Nass disseminated misinformation about COVID have been filed with the medical board.
Although she has practiced medicine for decades, Nass has reportedly become extremely critical of the efficacy and safety of vaccines, including those against COVID-19, the report notes.
Nass was even warned by her attorney that she was at risk of losing her license, according to a recent blog post she wrote.
In another blog post by the internist, she alleged that COVID-19 vaccines are associated with reproductive disorders.
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The doctor also called the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention a “criminal agency,” according to the report.