Daughter denounces ‘anti-vaccine’ professor Didier Raoult
The doctor behind a discredited anti-coronavirus treatment given to Donald Trump has been described as “a conspiracy theorist leader” by his estranged daughter, who is herself an eminent specialist.
Professor Didier Raoult, 71, a microbiologist long viewed as France’s most prominent physician, was denounced as an isolated and dictatorial figure by Magali Carcopino-Tusoli, his daughter, amid a row that has shed light on the venomous behaviour of the country’s top doctors. The dispute is being played out in the courts and on social media against a backdrop of insults and harassment.
Carcopino-Tusoli, a specialist in angiology at Sainte-Marguerite Hospital in Marseilles, said she had been attacked for taking sides against her father. “He dreamt of winning a Nobel prize,” she told L’Express magazine. “He has