By Guy Page
A Maine doctor suspended for prescribing medications to treat Covid-19 will be the guest speaker at “Physicians Reflect on Covid-19,” in Hadley MA Saturday, January 7.
In the event sponsored by Children’s Health Defense, Dr. Nass and Dr. Madhava Setty will discuss questions such as: Is it possible to have a reasonable conversation with your doctor about COVID-19 vaccines? What has happened? Where is this going? And, what can we do about it?
A question and answer period will follow the presentations. Pre-booking is recommended, as space is limited. Donations suggested.
As reported in January by Vermont Daily Chronicle, the suspension of Dr. Nass for prescribing drugs proven effective on Covid-19 was called “unprecedented, unjustified and illegal” by Dr. Peter McCullough, a leading authority on Covid-19 treatment.
Nass is a 40+ year practicing internist with special interests in vaccine-induced illnesses, chronic fatigue syndrome, gulf war illness, fibromyalgia, and toxicology. She has been practicing in Maine since 1997 and her medical license was suspended by the Maine Medical Board in January 12, 2022 allegedly for “misinformation regarding the SARS CoV-2 pandemic and the official public health response calling for vaccinations.” She is a member of the Children’s Health Defense Scientific Advisory Committee and a frequent contributor to the Defender and hosts a monthly Good Morning CHD episode on CHD-TV.
Madhava Setty, MD has been a board certified anesthesiologist since 2002 and has held various leadership positions in his clinical practice. Prior to his training in anesthesiology at the University of Pennsylvania and medical education (Baylor College of Medicine), Setty spent six years in the aerospace and defense industry as an engineer on several research and development projects. Setty also holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering (M.I.T.). He is author of the book “Woke. An Anesthesiologist’s View,” a systematic examination of the breadth and depth of the bias that exists in the media, our trusted scientific institutions and our own minds. Dr. Setty is senior science editor for The Defender.