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Texas Doctor Sues Hospital For Punishing Her Over Covid Jab Criticisms

Dr. Mary Bowden, a physician who worked at Houston Methodist Hospital, is suing her former employer for suspending her privileges over her positions on Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) “vaccines.”

Bowden, who resigned from her position last November, wants $25 million as part of her 19-page lawsuit, which accuses Houston Methodist Hospital of publishing defamatory statements about her to news media and social media platforms.

“The way they came after me was unprofessional, unprecedented against the spirit of bylaws of their bylaws,” Bowden says.

The ENT doctor told Houston’s KPRC-TV that she worked diligently and successfully to treat some 4,000 patients at Houston Methodist Hospital before it “came out against me in a very public and vicious way.”

“They implied that I was dangerous, which as a physician leaves a permanent scar on your record, on your reputation,” she says.

Bowden, as we previously reported, was a vocal advocate for ivermectin. She also prioritized unvaccinated patients because many of them were not receive equal standards of care from other physicians.

“The issues with vaccines and ivermectin really go against patient autonomy and their right to choose their treatment,” Bowden said at the time.

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Because Bowden went public with her views, posting about the merits of ivermectin on Twitter, for instance, Houston Methodist Hospital went after her, stating that her “opinions” were “harmful to the community” and “do not reflect reliable medical evidence.”

“For them to imply that what I’m doing is dangerous is the epitome of misinformation,” Bowden says about the accusations.

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