EXCLUSIVE
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Robert Malone Targets Physician Who Alerted Medical Board to Misinformation
A Hawaii hospital worker who reported the controversial scientist to the Maryland Board of Physicians was subjected to harassment and a retaliatory complaint after Malone made his name and location public.
Robert Malone Targets Physician Who Alerted Medical Board to Misinformation
Robert Malone Targets Physician Who Alerted Medical Board to Misinformation

A Hawaii hospital worker who reported the controversial scientist to the Maryland Board of Physicians was subjected to harassment and a retaliatory complaint after Malone made his name and location public.

A Hawaii hospital worker who reported the controversial scientist to the Maryland Board of Physicians was subjected to harassment and a retaliatory complaint after Malone made his name and location public.

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