Media doctor Wael Al-Ibrashi declares evidence and documents for his innocence of the accusation of killing him

Media doctor Wael Al-Ibrashi declares evidence and documents for his innocence of the accusation of killing him

Dr. Sherif Abbas, professor of liver and gastroenterology, and treating physician to the media, Wael Al-Ibrashi, said that he seeks an excuse for the Al-Ibrashi family, adding: “I asked the union to investigate with me until I proved that there was no medical error.”

“Abbas,” during a telephone interview with the media, Amr Adib, on the “Al-Hekaya” program from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, broadcast on the “MBC Egypt” satellite channel, on Friday evening, added that he has documents and conversations with the late journalist who completely exonerates him and will appear before the prosecution, indicating that he is one of the The media, Wael Al-Ibrashi, was transferred to the hospital, and his wife came four days after he was admitted to the hospital.

He added, “Professor of the liver and digestive system, and the physician treating the media, Wael Al-Ibrashi,” that if Al-Ibrashi had felt that there was a mistake, he could have informed anyone, commenting: “The message that I sold you, I was next to him in care at the time,” explaining that there are a number of centers and hospitals conducted They researched in Egypt and proved the possibility of using Sovaldi in treating Corona, commenting: “Al-Ibrashi took Sovaldi.”

“Abbas” explained that the treatment protocol that Al-Ibrashi was receiving at home is the same as the protocol he obtained in the hospital, adding: “I told Al-Ibrashi that we should start remdesivir.

Sherif Abbas, professor of the liver and digestive system, and the physician treating the media, Wael El-Ibrashi, revealed that he had treated celebrities from infection with corona, commenting: “I did not take a pound from them, adding: “Recently, someone treated him with Sovaldi and died,” to be interrupted by the media, Amr Adib: “Medicine before it is too late.” The latter, there is no one or the other.” The physician treating El-Abrashi replied, “No, there is no.”