A Canadian emergency room doctor of over 15 years has been stripped of his title after prescribing ivermectin to three elderly patients. This is despite the fact that two out of the three patients experienced a noticeable recovery. Traditionally, physicians are able to prescribe approved medicines off-label if, in their good judgment, it can help and they discuss the risks and potential benefits with their patients. That long-standing ability is now under fire as federal/national usurpation of medicine is now underway. In the case of this situation in Canada, Dr. Daniel Nagase decided to call attention to this situation on the steps of the Vancouver Art Gallery during an event commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Nuremberg trials. The event was hosted by a nonpartisan local group called “Common Ground.”
Dr. Daniel Nagase prescribed his elderly patients one dose of Ivermectin, along with antibiotics, vitamins, and inhalers—which set two out of the three on a quick road to recovery. However, once health authorities caught wind of what he was doing, all the medications, including the inhalers, were taken away, and Nagase was relieved of his duties.
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