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Doctor Fired After Tweeting That She'll 'Give All The Jews The Wrong Meds'

The greatest commodity in your working career isn't know-how, or talent, or skill. It isn't connections, either. What takes you furthest in life is trustworthiness.

There are few professions where trustworthiness is absolutely essential, however, quite like health care. When we're at our most vulnerable, we need to know that we can trust our health care providers. That's why one young doctor in training is in so much hot water right now.

An Ohio doctor is out of work after a tweet of her threatening to "give all the Jews the wrong meds" surfaced.

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Lara Kollab worked at the Cleveland Clinic as a resident until her social media activity came to light.

She has since deleted her accounts, but her activity was documented by Canary Mission, a group that "documents people and groups that promote hatred of the USA, Israel and Jews on North American college campuses." They're a controversial group, but their reporting has been confirmed by many other media outlets.

Kollab wasn't employed at the Cleveland Clinic for very long — just a few months according to a statement.

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Although that tweet about giving Jewish patients the wrong medication was sent in 2012, it seems to have followed her.

"When we learned of the social media post, we took immediate action, conducted an internal review and placed her on administrative leave. Her departure was related to those posts and she has not worked at Cleveland Clinic since September," the clinic said in a statement.

The statement went on to emphasize how seriously they take patient treatment and safeguards around first-year residents.

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"In addition, there have been no reports of any patient harm related to her work during the time she was here," the statement continued. "In no way do these beliefs reflect those of our organization. We fully embrace diversity, inclusion and a culture of safety and respect across our entire health system."

Kollab's alma mater, Touro College, also denounced her tweets with a statement via Twitter.

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"Touro College is appalled by the anti-Semitic comments reportedly made by Lara Kollab, a graduate of the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine," they wrote. "The mission of Touro College is to educate, perpetuate and enrich the historic Jewish tradition of tolerance and dignity.

It's good to know that no patients were actually harmed! And lest anybody think this is a case of one old tweet coming back to haunt you, it's not.

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Kollab's tweet about giving Jews the wrong meds was just one of dozens of hateful messages she sent over a span of at least six years.

Canary Mission documented as many as they could and notes that she has "called for violence against Jews, spread anti-Semitism, trivialized the Holocaust, defended the terror organization Hamas and supported terrorists on Twitter."

There's years of this vile garbage, but that one about giving patients the wrong meds is clearly the most troubling.

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How far these hateful, dangerous messages will haunt Kollab remains to be seen. According to Ohio's medical board, she has a training certificate to practice, but it could only be used while she was at the Cleveland Clinic.

"A training certificate is only valid as long as the individual is actively part of the program which was indicated on the application by the supervising entity," a spokesperson told Fox News.