Following Dr. Renata Moon's testimony during the event held on Capitol Hill in December 2022, Washington State University officials informed her that they would report her to a state medical commission due to allegations of promoting misinformation, a document shows.
The Washington Medical Commission (WMC) has asserted that doctors who disseminate misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines, treatments, and preventive measures "erode the public trust in the medical profession and endanger patients." The WMC encourages people to report complaints against doctors who allegedly spread misinformation, and they warn that licenses may be revoked for doctors found to have engaged in such practices.
"The WMC has asked the public and practitioners to report possible spread of misinformation. There are components of your presentation that could be interpreted as a possible spread," they wrote. "As such, we are ethically obligated to make a report to the WMC to investigate possible breach of this expectation."
Based on other documents reviewed by The Epoch Times, the university notified Moon in June 2023 that they would not renew her appointment as a clinical associate professor of medicine, effectively terminating her position.
"At this time, the needs of the college are moving in a different direction and your participation is no longer required," Drs. Haney and Record wrote.
No further details were given.
"This is not about my personal situation with the school. This is about freedom of speech for all Americans," Moon told The Epoch Times in an email. "We must create an ethical healthcare system that is concerned only with the well being of individual patients and not the financial interests of massive corporations. We are dealing with conflicts of interest that are larger than any of us ever imagined."
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) organized a gathering of experts, including Dr. Moon and Drs. Peter McCullough and Robert Malone, to discuss COVID-19 vaccines. The event was titled "COVID-19 Vaccines: What They Are, How They Work, and Possible Causes of Injuries."
During her testimony, Moon revealed that in her over 20 years of medical practice, she had encountered only two or three cases of myocarditis, a type of heart inflammation. However, she observed a significant increase in such cases after the COVID-19 vaccines were introduced, and she also learned about similar occurrences from other medical colleagues.
"There's clearly been a massive increase," she said.
Moon presented the package insert for the COVID-19 vaccines during her testimony which usually contains essential details like warnings, ingredients, and other information. Surprisingly, the insert for the COVID-19 vaccines was devoid of any information and simply stated "intentionally blank" by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
"How am I to give informed consent to parents when this is what I have?" she said.
According to regulators, the information typically found on the paper package insert is available on the administration's website. One of the vaccine manufacturers explained that the COVID-19 vaccine inserts were left blank due to the ongoing updates being made during the COVID-19 pandemic.
"I have a government telling me that I have to say 'safe and effective,' and if I don't, my license is at threat. We're seeing an uptick in myocarditis. We're seeing an uptick in adverse reactions. We have trusted these regulatory agencies—I have—for my entire career up until now," Moon testified. "Something is extremely wrong, and that is the anecdotal story that I have."