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According to reports, Maine's Board of Licensure in Medicine pulled Dr. Meryl Nass' medical license for 30 days after accusing her of circulating "misinformation" about COVID-19.

The medical board voted to suspend Nass after receiving two complaints that she posted false information on her blog and Twitter.

One complaint came from a doctor who contacted the Maine Board after the son of a patient claimed his father was "borderline delirious" and "not doing well" after being prescribed ivermectin by Nass.

After obtaining hydroxychloroquine, Nass reported to the medical board falsely claiming her COVID patient had Lyme disease.

"This was the only way to get a potentially life-saving drug for my patient," said Ness.

In this episode of "You Are Here," hosts Sydney Watson and Elijah Schaffer discussed the story.

Sydney pointed out how a person is more likely to die of medical malpractice than a rifle, yet Nass is suspended for trying to save her patient using controversial treatments.

Watch the clip below to hear more from this conversation. Can't watch? Download the podcast here.

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