Emergency doctor says authorities are “standing in the way of life-saving medications”
A B.C. emergency doctor with locum privileges helping in Alberta hospitals alleges he was relieved of duty for administering Ivermectin to patients in a small central-Alberta hospital.
Dr. Daniel Nagase graduated from Dalhousie University in 2004 and went on to work as an emergency doctor for 10 years. In 2015, Nagase went on to practice in rural, under-served communities in Alberta.
Nagase spoke at the Vancouver Art Gallery last Friday for the 75 Anniversary of the Nuremberg Code and shared his experience in the Rimbey, Alta. hospital while he was caring for three COVID patients in September.
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