Nebraska’s attorney general says he won’t seek disciplinary action against doctors who prescribe off-label drugs to treat and prevent coronavirus infections, as long as they get informed consent from patients and don’t engage in misconduct.

The office of Attorney General Doug Peterson released a legal opinion saying it didn’t see data to justify legal action against health care professionals who prescribe ivermectin or hydroxychloroquine.

READ THE FULL LEGAL OPINION FROM ATTORNEY GENERAL DOUG PETERSON HERE:
https://ago.nebraska.gov/sites/ago.nebraska.gov/files/docs/opinions/21-017_0.pdf

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