New shocking details have emerged on Dr Stella Immanuella who trended on the internet a few days ago for claims that hydroxychloroquine worked as cure for COVID-19. According to reports, the medical doctor was sued for malpractice in Louisiana after a woman died in her care in 2019.
The Houston Chronicle reports that the mother of one of Immanuel’s patients, Leslie Norvell, alleged in 2019 that the doctor ignored her daughter’s complaints that a meth needle had broken off in her arm. Immanuel allegedly prescribed medication for Norvell but did not order an x-ray or further tests. Norvell later died of a flesh-eating infection, even though another physician opted to remove the needle.Louisiana authorities could not serve Stella Immanuel with the suit because she moved to Houston in between treating Norvell and the filing of the lawsuit.
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