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Dr. Paul Thomas' case against the Oregon Medical Board is on appeal
Dr. Sherri Tenpenny received an immediate suspension of her license last week--not to do with her care of patients, but because the Board did not like her lawyer's response to their interrogatories
Dr. Paul Thomas v. Harding et al, 22-cv-944 (D. Or.), filed June 30, 2022, seeking $35,000,000 in damages for the violation of Dr. Thomas’ rights by the Oregon Medical Board. Dr. Thomas has published scientific results showing that unvaccinated children are much healthier that children vaccinated according to the CDC recommended schedule. A few days after his results were published, the Oregon Medical Board issued an emergency suspension of Dr. Thomas’ license. The Oregon Medical Board had no justification for ordering an emergency suspension of Dr. Thomas’ medical license—and the Oregon Medical Board violated its own rules when it did so. The Oregon Medical Board’s behavior has been so egregious that it is the subject of an entire book: “The War on Informed Consent, The Persecution of Dr. Paul Thomas by the Oregon Medical Board,” by Jeremy R. Hammond. For more about Dr. Thomas see https://www.jeremyrhammond.com/2021/03/26/oregon-medical-board-suspends-dr-paul-thomas-for-practicing-informed-consent/;
The Oregon Medical Board’s defense is they have absolutely immunity to suit—they cannot be sued. [LINK to filings] On July 6, 2023, the District of Oregon dismissed Dr. Thomas’ case. That same day Plaintiffs appealed to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. [LINK to 9th Circuit filings]
As in my case, Dr. Tenpenny had her license suspended before a hearing, before the Ohio Medical Board had heard from her, and in the absence of patient complaints, in order to make an example of her and frighten other doctors who might challenge the narrative.