WA Suspends Medical License Of Ivermectin Advocate

Washington state’s The Columbian reports:

The Washington Medical Commission suspended the license of Washougal pediatric health care provider Scott C. Miller as of Tuesday. The suspension was the result of an investigation into more than a dozen complaints against Miller, a physician assistant who runs Miller Family Pediatrics, for prescribing medications without seeing patients, interfering with the care of hospitalized COVID-19 patients, and engaging in a hostile and threatening public campaign against hospitals and doctors.

According to the commission’s findings, Miller also “began a public campaign touting the use of ivermectin in treating coronavirus disease,” despite no reliable clinical evidence showing the drug is effective in treating COVID-19. The commission said it was taking immediate action to address an immediate danger to public health. Miller has publicly railed against mask and vaccine mandates.

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