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          Jerry Tanenbaum
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          She will go someplace else in the country and will not be checked on thoroughly and will be able to find another place to practice medicine as a result.

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              Jerry Tanenbaum
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              First year residents do not have a medical license to practice, they have a medical degree, likely awarded last May. She will never obtain a medical license without completing an internship of at least tow or three years. Being fired this publically will make finding a new residency program difficult. But keep in mind:

              1. The Cleveland Clinic is one of the top medical centers in the world and there are more downwind than higher up.

              2. Lets be careful of judgments on 'News' stories without hearings and more documented facts. Interns in their first few months are under unbelievable pressure and some make terrible mistakes in judgment - but learn > programs are set up to teach mold and guide.

              3. I have a bit of difficulty believing a institution like Cleveland would make public this type of outlandish horror, an intern on a Facebook account bragging about giving bad drugs, sounds unlikely

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                  DarOne
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                  This story has been confirmed by multiple sources and there are screen shots of her statements. The statements I believe were made prior to her residency and uncovered by a anti-bigotry watch-dog group and sent to the Hospital. The Hospital then did its own investigation and fired her.


                  Not that it's a defense, - she says her remark was a "joke" and there is not any evidence that she would actually do it.


                  It's significantly bad enough that a Dr. would joke about singling out a minority group for poison.


                  Had someone made such jokes about their Black patients for example, it would be national news for sure. People call for the firing and shaming even of people using prejudice in terms of calling the police on someone bar-b-qing illegally, let alone something like this.

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                          Jerry Tanenbaum
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                          She got what she deserved.



                          Off topic. I'm typing this before I forget about it.

                          I thought about you this morning while listening to NPR. They interviewed Tamika Mallory , a women's leader you often describe, at best, as a Farrakhan sympathizer. I though about making a topic of it but fretted about it going sideways if I did, which wouldn't be of benefit to anyone. If you are interested in hearing what she had to say click the link.

                          Quote--> "That conversation did not happen. I didn’t say that at all,” Mallory says.

                          “We’ve heard from the trans community, when they have had issues with not feeling included in the Women’s March. We’ve heard from black women who have had a continual sort of struggle with the Women’s March, and we have continued to step up to that and … try to find ways for each community to feel included in the work that we’re doing.”

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                              Dajuan Candle
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                              Yeah, I've been following the dispute between the early participants.


                              For me, Mallory has no credibility on that one particular dispute because she has herself made very public statements about Farrakhan being the "greatest of all time" -- and an often repeated and core belief of Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam is that "Jews" are somehow responsible for the slave trade.


                              (along with being responsible for gay rights (which they oppose); and the downfall of moral culture in the US etc)


                              Since she thinks he's the greatest and this is one of his frequent statements, the allegation that she would have mentioned it in discussion is pretty compelling, and her claim otherwise is not very credible and somewhat beside the point.

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                                  Jerry Tanenbaum
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                                  Putting aside how wrong what she said was, I can not think of any malpractice insurance company that would ever give her medical malpractice insurance. If she were to ever treat a Jewish patient and they died she and the hospital that agreed to let her practice there would be in for big losses.

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                                      derfallbright
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                                      that's actually a good point and somewhat reassuring. She says she was joking, but the potential liability issues could stop her from getting coverage

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