[July 22, 2022] A huge victory and hopeful precedent for patient safety and ethical physician justice has come against the troubled College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario–long accused of corrupt practices that benefit pharma while punishing good doctors, as CPSO-targeted Dr. Akbar Khan–who recently had his medical license revoked July 15, 2022–is given the green light to proceed with criminal charges against the CPSO.
Dr. Akbar Khan has been achieving remarkable success using gentle cancer treatments for the past 15 years. Legal and scientifically sound to do so, the treatments remain unapproved because they have no large-scale trials to back them up. His success therefore remains a threat to approved pharma treatment and, as such, Dr. Khan has been continually attacked by other oncologists, leading to CPSO investigation after investigation.
The 8-year-long investigation launched against Dr. Khan resulted in the revocation of his license July 15, 2022, based on “fabricated evidence.” Three days earlier, Dr. Khan and his paralegal successfully filed the private criminal charges against the CPSO, CPSO lawyer Morgana Kellythorne, and CPSO investigator, Lisa Mueller, for fabrication of evidence (criminal code sec. 137) and obstructing justice (sec. 139).
Join us for this interview from the CPSO protest July 22, 2022, in downtown Toronto.