The doctor who posted on Twitter that he would treat the Jews “especially” by offering them the wrong medicines, and lost his medical certificate. The decision is permanent and certainly life-saving.
The Ohio State Medical Council has revoked the medical training certificate of a doctor who had already been fired from two residency programs after old anti-Semitic tweets appeared on social media, including one in which he threatened. that he will give the Jews the wrong medicine on purpose.
Lara Kollab has been banned from practicing osteopathic medicine or surgery in Ohio. She handed him the certificate before revoking it. Following the decision of the Medical Council, Kollab can no longer participate in another medical training program in the state, according to the Times of Israel.
Kollab wrote a series of anti-Semitic posts on social media between 2011 and 2013, but deleted them after being accepted to the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, which is known as Ã¢ The largest private university in the United States with Jewish roots.
Kollab apologized after his tweets caught the public's attention, saying he wrote them because he had difficulty expressing his intense feelings about what he did. seen in her ancestral land, following visits to Israel and the West Bank.
She was fired in 2018 from a resident at a clinic in Cleveland after three months there. She was expelled from a second residency program at Kern Medical Center in Bakersfield, California, a few months later.
Among the posts discovered, Kollab repeatedly called on his followers to “destroy the homes of the Jews” and called on Arab nationals to unite to “destroy the Nazi and terrorist state of Israel.”
Kollab wrote a message to the Ohio State Medical Council stating that “the things I have written do not represent who I am.”