One Houston doctor announced that he would file a major lawsuit against the hospital where he worked because it denied the C-19 treatments.
A Houston Methodist doctor who grasped the public focus in November after she was suspended due to her views on the shots and early treatment for C-19, now announced will file a lawsuit against the hospital system.
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Doctor Mary Bowden runs her own private practice, BreatheMD, but she joined the Houston Methodist staff. The doctor stated that she treated many patients with C-19 and had a great relationship with them.
‘’The issues with vaccines and Ivermectin really go against patient autonomy and their right to choose their treatment.’’ Dr. Bowden stated.
“Ivermectin might not be as deadly as everyone said it was,” she tweeted on November 10. “Speak up!”
Bowden has criticized C-19 vaccine mandates and shared that she is “shifting my practice focus to treating the unvaccinated.”
Ivermectin might not be as deadly as everyone said it was. Speak up! https://t.co/r9Ac5zFSvo
— Mary Talley Bowden MD (@MdBreathe) November 10, 2021
Houston Methodist stated in a Twitter thread that Bowden’s opinions “are harmful to the community” and referred to them as “dangerous misinformation which is not based in science.”
Dr. Bowden was informed about her suspension by a reporter for the Houston Chronicle; she resigned last Monday.
In a letter, she explained her move and said that Houston Methodist’s accusations were false and defamatory.
“During the past two years, I have worked hard to provide early treatment for victims of COVID-19. My efforts have been successful. I have treated more than 2,000 COVID-19 patients, including many with comorbidities, and none of these patients have required hospitalization. This is a testament to the success of my treatment methods,” she wrote.
“I do not spread misinformation, and my opinions are supported by science. There is substantial evidence for the efficacy of Ivermectin in treating COVID-19 and no evidence for serious or fatal side effects associated with the doses used to treat for COVID-19.”
She added that many of her patients had used the drug with other therapies as part of successful recovery regimens. “I believe that if more physicians had focused on early treatment, many COVID-related deaths and hospitalizations could have been prevented,” she said.
A few studies proved that Ivermectin is a drug without any risk of severe side effects, and it can effectively treat C-19. Regulators and drug makers have suppressed the medication.
In her press conference from last week, Bowden stated that Houston Methodist suspended her because they used her as an example. The hospital made headlines at the beginning of this year as one of the first in the nation to mandate the experimental C-19 vaccine for all employees.
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