My 11/12/21 Licensure Complaint Against Covid-19 Quack Dr. Carrie Madej (canton, Ga)

  • Uploaded by: Peter M. Heimlich
  • 0
  • 0
  • November 2021
  • PDF
Download

This article was submit by member and they agreed that they have the permission to submit it. If you own the copyright of this article and want to remove it from our site, please report to us by using this DMCA form. Report DMCA


Overview

Download & View My 11/12/21 Licensure Complaint Against Covid-19 Quack Dr. Carrie Madej (canton, Ga) as PDF for free.

More details

  • Words: 868
  • Pages: 2
  • Size: 113.9KB
Peter Heimlich

Investigation request re: Canton, GA licensee

Peter Heimlich To: [email protected] Cc: [email protected], "Edwards, Johnny (AJC-Atlanta)" <[email protected]>

Fri, Nov 12, 2021 at 2:33 PM

Jonathan McGehee

Director of Investigations

Georgia Composite Medical Board

2 Peachtree Street, NW, 6th Floor

Atlanta, GA 30303-3465 

Dear Mr. McGeehee: Please find attached a pdf profile from your agency's website of this licensee:

Carrie Lynn Madej, DO

1109 Iron Mountain Road

Canton GA 30115

Lic #53123 Based on the following information, this is to request that you initiate an investigation to determine whether Dr. Madej's activities are in compliance with your agency's standards and with the guidance in this press release, Spreading COVID-19 Vaccine Misinformation May Put Medical License At Risk: WASHINGTON, D.C. (July 29, 2021) – The Federation of State Medical Boards’ [FSMB] Board of Directors released the following statement in response to a dramatic increase in the dissemination of COVID-19 vaccine misinformation and disinformation by physicians and other health care professionals on social media platforms, online and in the media: “Physicians who generate and spread COVID-19 vaccine misinformation or disinformation are risking disciplinary action by state medical boards, including the suspension or revocation of their medical license. Due to their specialized knowledge and training, licensed physicians possess a high degree of public trust and therefore have a powerful platform in society, whether they recognize it or not. They also have an ethical and professional responsibility to practice medicine in the best interests of their patients and must share information that is factual, scientifically grounded and consensus-driven for the betterment of public health. Spreading inaccurate COVID-19 vaccine information contradicts that responsibility, threatens to further erode public trust in the medical profession and puts all patients at risk.” Via this story published today, Covid vaccine holdouts are caving to mandates — then scrambling to 'undo' their shots by Ben Collins, NBC News:

In a TikTok video that has garnered hundreds of thousands of views, Dr. Carrie Madej outlined the ingredients for a bath she said will “detox the vaxx” for people who have given into Covid-19 vaccine mandates. The ingredients in the bath are mostly not harmful, although the supposed benefits attached to them are entirely fictional. Baking soda and epsom salts, she falsely claims, will provide a “radiation detox” to remove radiation Madej falsely believes is activated by the vaccine.  Bentonite clay will add a “major pull of poison,” she says, based on a mistaken idea in anti-vaccine communities that toxins can be removed from the body with certain therapies. Then, she recommends adding in one cup of borax, a cleaning agent that’s been banned as a food additive by the Food and Drug Administration, to “take nanotechnologies out of you.” In reality, in addition to being potentially harmful as a skin and eye irritant, a borax “detox bath” will not remove the effects of the Covid vaccine from your body. ...(Ciaran O’Connor, a disinformation researcher for the Institute for Strategic Dialogue, an anti-extremism nonprofit group based in London) recently released a report, titled “Jabbers’ Remorse,” about the virality of

vaccine detoxes, specifically on TikTok, where Madej’s “detox” bath has made the leap to nonfringe parts of the social media platform. Madej’s video was removed by TikTok last month, but the video’s duets — TikTok’s resharing feature, in which other users add reactions or context with the original video — have received hundreds of thousands of views. One duet lists a recipe of Madej’s bath next to her speech. Others show a TikTok user drawing a bath, or pouring out the ingredients into a container. ...“TikTok is being used as designed here, but the way it’s been designed is allowing these misinformed claims to proliferate on the platform,” O’Connor said. Madej did not respond to repeated requests for comment. She is an osteopathic internal medicine doctor who has propagated a variety of debunked theories about the Covid vaccines and posted to Twitter about a variety of other conspiracy theories, including QAnon. She describes herself as “practicing the truth in Jesus through medicine.” It is unclear what Madej means by “nanotechnologies,” but on a podcast called “Reawaken America” she falsely claimed there is a “liquified computing system” inside coronavirus vaccines. She has also claimed the vaccines are a “gateway to transhumanism.” Her theories have been broadly fact-checked as false, including earning a “Pants on Fire” rating from Politifact. Further, this is to request that your investigation includes a thorough review of Dr. Madej's website  http://carriemadej.com including all posted videos. Finally, this is to request that your investigation includes a thorough mental health evaluation of Dr. Madej.

Keeping in mind the FSMB's position statement, I look forward to receiving the results of your investigation. Please feel free to communicate with me via email. Thank you for your time/consideration - please confirm receipt. Sincerely, Peter M. Heimlich Peachtree Corners, GA 30096 USA

ph: (678)322-7984‬

e-mail: [email protected]

website: http://medfraud.info

blog: http://the-sidebar.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/medfraud_pmh

bio: http://tinyurl.com/ych7o7dr cc:  Kenneth B. Simons, MD, Chair, Federation of State Medical Boards

       Ciaran O’Connor, Institute for Strategic Dialogue

       Ben Collins, NBC News

       Johnny Edwards, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

       Shannon Ballew, Cherokee Tribune and Cherokee Ledger-News

encl: GA license details - Carrie Madej 11-12-21.pdf GA license details - Carrie Madej 11-12-21.pdf

96K

Related Documents


More Documents from "GMG Editorial"