Dr. William Makis

Global Research

June 24, 2024

Licence of Sask. Doctor Who Prescribed Ivermectin for COVID-19 to be Suspended

Dr. Tshipita Kabongo faced two sets of charges relating to unprofessional conduct, brought by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan.

By Brandon Harder, Regina Leader Post

Regina doctor Tshipita Kabongo has admitted to unprofessional conduct in relation to two sets of charges brought against him by the oversight body for Saskatchewan physicians.

That’s according to Bryan Salte, associate registrar for the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan (CPSS).

Kabongo had one such charge brought against him in March of 2023 in relation to his failing to know and/or follow the CPSS Policy on Complementary and Alternative Therapies when he prescribed Ivermectin, an anti-parasitic drug, to treat COVID-19.

He also faced four additional professional charges, brought against him in March of 2024. Of those, three pertained to his work with specific patients, alleging he “failed to maintain the standard of practice of the profession,” while the fourth charge was in relation to billing for his services.

The 2024 charges also made reference to inappropriate prescription of Ivermectin, as well as cannabinoids, benzodiazepines, Vitamin B12, and supplements.

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  1. These Physician and Surgeon Colleges (Bureaucratic Regulators) all across Canada are bought and paid for it by Big Pharma.

    As far as Ivermectin is concerned we all know it is a Nobel Prize winning medication, that stops covid in its tracks, and is probably very helpful in treating cancer.

    Everybody who calls themselves a prepper needs to stock up on the “horse paste” Ivermectin, while it is still cheap and easily purchased at any feed store.

    The same goes for chlorine dioxide.