The Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine on Tuesday held its third hearing on the suspension of Dr. Meryl Nass related to her treatment recommendations for patients with COVID-19.

As it did on day two of the hearings, held on Oct. 27, 2022, the board focused on Nass’ alleged “sloppy” record-keeping for three patients she treated and on her prescribing of ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine for those patients.

The board suspended Nass, a member of the Children’s Health Defense scientific advisory board, on Jan. 12, 2022, without a hearing.

The board initially accused Nass of “unprofessional” and “disruptive” behavior, spreading “misinformation” and prescribing hydroxychloroquine and a “deworming medication” (ivermectin) to patients.

However, the board withdrew the accusations of “misinformation” on Sept. 26, 2022, just prior to her first hearing date, Oct. 11, 2022.

The board’s case now rests on Nass’ alleged non-adherence to the medical “standard of care” as it pertained to ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine for treating COVID-19 and on the alleged “record-keeping” issues.  (See link for article)



This, right here, should concern everyone.  It again deals with “consensus” based medicine where dictates come from the top and go down to doctors who are nothing more than government soldiers who simply must obey orders.  Thinking folk need not apply.  The following quote by Nass says it all:

“Doctor Courtney doesn’t read journal articles,” Nass wrote. “He sticks by the recommendations of government agencies and his specialty organization, the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA).”

The IDSA was sued by the State of Connecticut “for denying the existence of chronic Lyme disease.”

This issue matters because it directly relates to the ongoing conundrum in Lymeland where there are two camps of thought.

Nass isn’t out of the woods yet and the next hearing is set for March 2.

The Wellness Company’s Dr. Peter McCullough Has Been Vindicated in Court

Baylor Scott and White Lawsuit Against Dr. McCullough Dismissed

MIAMI, Feb. 1, 2023 (PRNewswire)

A 2021 lawsuit filed by Baylor Scott and White Health system against world-renowned internist, cardiologist, and COVID-19 expert Dr. Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH, has been dismissed by the 191st Judicial District Court, Dallas County, Texas. Associate Judge Tahira Khan Merritt granted the nonsuit and dismissed with prejudice all claims asserted or that could have been asserted in the case. Dr. McCullough stated,

“This is a strong victory for freedom of speech and fair balanced publication and media presentation of clinical data as it has emerged over the course of the pandemic crisis. My analyses and conclusions have been accurate, consistent, and have always been my own, not those of any institution.”

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Doctors who treat Lyme/MSIDS have been going through this crucifixion for decades.  Now, those who dare to use their God-given brains regarding COVID are also being hunted down and persecuted.  The monopolization of medicine is nearly complete.  Unless we speak out we will find ourselves stuck in a paradigm that will not allow Lyme/MSIDS patients ANY appropriate treatment whatsoever.

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