As best I can determine, 2 people I don’t know complained to the Board of Licensure in Medicine that I spreading misinformation on the internet (in 2 interviews).
Then over about 3 week, the board requested information on 3 patients, all of whom I had treated for acute COVID with hydroxychloroquine, ivermectin or both. There was no report that any of the patients had complained. At least one doctor (two patients were admitted to hospitals) apparently complained about my treatment, but the Board did not supply me with any information or complaints regarding my treatments.
I was told that the Board will consider multiple cases at its meeting, and that I have no opportunity to present any information directly to the members at the meeting, verbally or in writing.
If my license is removed, I will have an opportunity to present to the Board at a hearing in a month’s time.
I found it of interest that the hit piece with no clear identification of anything I had done wrong, except lie to a pharmacist so he would dispense a legal drug (ivermectin) off label for a legal presecription–all of which is legal–about me by Maine Public Radio, and my affidavit regarding the falsehoods expressed by the head of the Maine CDC, had made it into my file with the Board.