Chicago doctor treats patients with cat saliva and vodka
Authorities in Illinois recently found that a Chicago children’s doctor was creating vaccines out of cat saliva and vodka to treat his patients, an article of Health Aim reported on October 4.
Reports said health care providers filed a medical malpractice complaint against Doctor Ming Te Lin, alleging that he was making his own version of vaccines with strange ingredients. Reports revealed that Lin was using the illegal vaccine for over 10 years and that the youngest patient he treated was a 7-day-old infant. Lin also failed to inform his patients about the risks involved about using his medications. Investigations conducted at his office in Flossmoor revealed that Lin had been making concoctions that are not recognized in the field of medicine or by federal health regulators. Lin has been suspended by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation.
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