Children’s doctor in Chicago guilty of using cat saliva and vodka in treating patients

A Chicago children’s doctor was recently issued a guilty verdict after complaints of medical malpractice for using cat saliva and vodka in treating his patients, an October 4 article of Health Aim reported.

Doctor Ming Te Lin used personally formulated vaccines for over a decade to treat allergies. The vaccines reportedly were mixed with cat saliva and vodka and were given to infant patients. The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation also learned that Lin also gave nasal and oral shots that were not approved. Lin has since been suspended, but has a court date set for October 11th to contest his suspension. 

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