New Medicine for Kids is Made from Cat Vomit and Russian Vodka

New Medicine for Kids is Made from Cat Vomit and Russian Vodka Clapway

A Chicago doctor just got his medical license suspended for apparently treating kids with medicine made from cat vomit and Russian vodka.

CRAZY DOCTOR FEEDS KIDS ORAL MEDICINE; TRACES OF CAT VOMIT AND RUSSIAN VODKA FOUND

Investigators went to the office of Dr. Min Te Lin in Illinois upon getting complaints from various health care providers saying how kids were getting unapproved versions of medicine during routine check-ups. When looking through Lin’s office, they found it to be dirty. Furthermore, they found a box that the doctor used to create his very own vaccinations. Lin later admitted to using cat vomit and Russian vodka.

DOC EXPERIMENTS ON KIDS WITH VOMIT MEDICINE AND RUSSIAN VODKA

Dr. Lin, looking more like a mad scientist than a doctor, said he added Russian vodka into the mix of medicine. Sometimes, he even used cat saliva to treat allergies. Apparently, he used a device called the WaveFront 2000 to accomplish this. If all that wasn’t bad enough, Dr. Lin admitted to using this makeshift mixture for more than a decade. More evidence shows that Lin used this stuff on kids as young as seven days old. Lin will face trial next month.

VOMIT MEDICINE AND RUSSIAN VODKA WILL SCARE PARENTS AND KIDS

If the “anti-vaccine” of the world didn’t have enough excuse, they certainly do now. Many think that various medicines can cause autism to their children. While that’s not a fact, this weird event is. Now, crazy parents are going to say that even crazier doctors are out there using booze to treat illness. Unfortunately, they’re right. The motives behind Dr. Lin’s deranged ways are unknown. Perhaps he wanted to save money. Maybe he just wanted to experiment. Regardless, now a new generation of scared children and parents exist. Let’s hope this isn’t a pattern.

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