Sherif Abbas, the physician treating the late Egyptian media, Wael El-Ibrashi, said that he requested an investigation before the union in Dr. Khaled Montaser’s statements, accusing him of causing medical negligence.
Abbas added, in an interview with the Egyptian “Sada Al-Balad” website, that he asked the Medical Syndicate to investigate him regarding the statements made by Dr. Khaled Montaser, explaining that he had submitted an official complaint against him to the Professional Ethics Committee as a result of the statements he made.
The professor of gastroenterology and internal medicine confirmed that the Medical Syndicate is expected to start the investigation, starting next Tuesday.
Dr. Sherif Abbas explained that he has the interest in conducting investigations in order to prove his innocence in front of everyone, noting that he proves with evidence and scientific proofs before the Public Prosecution and the Medical Syndicate that no medical negligence occurred in the case of the late journalist Wael Al-Ibrashi.
Abbas also responded to Dr. Khaled Montaser’s statements regarding the treatment of the “magic pill”, saying: “There is no magic in medicine or what is called magic, and all medicines are registered and recognized by the Ministry of Health, and there is no talk about this matter at all.”
He pointed out that among the reasons for the complaint filed against Dr. Khaled Montaser, he mentioned the so-called “magic pills” and some strange things.
The doctor treating the late journalist Wael Al-Ibrashi confirmed that he will proceed with his legal procedures to the end, and will only seek excuses for the family of the late journalist Wael Al-Ibrashi, given the circumstances the family is going through, in addition to the fact that they are not doctors or familiar with medical matters.
The journalist writer, Dr. Khaled Montaser, had said that clinical trials were conducted on the late Wael El-Ibrashi with an unknown treatment that led to his death.
Khaled Montaser added, during a phone call to the “Kalam Al Nass” program on MBC Egypt: “Anyone should not take any medicine of unknown source, nor should any doctor be allowed to test the medicine on it.”
He added, “What happened with Wael El-Ibrashi is that he took unknown tablets with a dose of Corona written on it,” noting that it is forbidden to conduct experiments on any new drugs outside this scope, because conducting clinical trials has special rules.
He explained that whoever treats Wael Al-Ibrashi should be a chest doctor, not a gastroenterologist.
Source: the Egyptian “Sada Al-Balad” website