Thursday, December 27, 2012

Nebraska: Islamist doctor kills dozens at his clinic and has license revoked, now applies for reinstatement

Dr. Tahir Ali Javed says he is a victim of discrimination because he is a Muslim, and believes he should be allowed to practice medicine again.  Despite the fact that the practices at his clinic infected his patients/kuffir with Hepatitis the good doctor has reapplied for his license in New York state.  He also fled back to Pakistan before he could be charged with any crime and now that the statute of limitations has run out he wants to be able to inflict pain and misery on the infidel again.

I say no.  The state of New York should also say no.

From Livewell Nebraska December 27 by Rick Ruggles

Doc whose Fremont clinic infected patients with hepatitis seeks N.Y. license to practice

Dr. Tahir Ali Javed, whose Fremont cancer clinic infected dozens of patients with hepatitis a little more than a decade ago, has applied for reinstatement of his medical license in New York.

Javed, 47, fled to his native Pakistan 10 years ago, when the severity of the hepatitis outbreak became known. His medical license in Nebraska was revoked. He surrendered his New York license.
In Pakistan, Javed became a public health official and reportedly blamed the situation in Nebraska on anti-Muslim sentiment.

Unsanitary practices in the Fremont clinic led to hepatitis C infections in at least 99 patients, several of whom died.

A Fremont-based group called the HONOReform Foundation grew out of the tragedy. It promotes sanitary practices in health care settings. The “One and Only” campaign that it advocates seeks to educate nurses, doctors and others of the importance of using syringes and needles only once.

Javed could not be reached for comment. His Omaha attorney, Michael D. Jones, said he hadn't had contact with Javed in years.

Antonia Valentine of the New York State Education Department, which rules on restoration of medical licenses, confirmed that Javed has applied for reinstatement.

Valentine said in an email that the application will be investigated and referred to two committees before the New York Board of Regents rules on it. It's unclear when the ruling will be issued. Valentine declined to provide further information.

Steve Langan, executive director of HONOReform, said, “Sick people were injured, some of them died, and no justice has been done.”

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