Which, if true, suggests that taxpayer money was spent to initiate an investigation on me. The complainant used precise and proper legal language. Note also that Mr. Demetriou claimed he personally transcribed one of my interviews in order to provide a transcript to the Board. Which suggests an extreme degree of interest in prosecuting me. Note also that he has never met me or any of my patients. His complaint relates only to watching an interview online.–Meryl
Board of Licensure in Medicine
DATE: DECEMBER 28, 2021
FROM: NIKOLETTE ALEXANDER/SAVANNAH OKORONKWO
RE: DEMETRIOU COMPLAINT
Renewal Pending: No (04/30/2023)
First Licensure: 08/22/1997
License Specialty: Internal Medicine
The following is intended to provide members of the Board a clear understanding of the
complaint from the complainant’s perspective, as articulated by the complainant. While
this is a complete statement of the complainant’s concerns it is not necessarily a complete
listing of issues that may concern this Board. I do not wish to focus members’ attention
on the following issues at the expense of others that may appear upon their review.
Mr. Stephen Demetriou’s Complaint:
1. Dr. Meryl Nass engaged in unprofessional conduct by publicly disseminating
misinformation related to the COVID-19 pandemic, which may endanger the
public. The complainant, Mr. Stephen Demetrious is not a patient of Dr. Nass.
2. Dr. Nass runs a publicly available website and participated in an interview that
was posted to BitChute in which she shares misleading and concerning conspiracy
theories and nonscience based beliefs related to COVID-19.
Dr. Meryl Nass’ Response:
1. Dr. Nass failed to formally address the concerns in the complaint submitted by