For many decades it has been illegal and unethical to mandate or coerce any medical treatment. The Nuremberg Code was agreed upon after WWII. The Nazis did medical experiments on people. World organizations were so appalled that they vowed it would never happen again! Virtually all countries, NGOs, organizations, policy leaders, and physicians adhere to this principle, including the USA, the European Union, United Nations and the World Health Organization. Quite simply, by international law, no person can ever be coerced to accept medical treatment.
Nuremberg Code #1:
- No element of force/fraud/deceit/duress/overreaching/
coercion/constraint can be used to make you accept medical treatment
- The patient must have sufficient knowledge and comprehension to make an enlightened decision
Nuremberg Code #6:
- The degree of risk to be taken should never exceed that determined by the humanitarian importance of the problem to be solved by the experiment.
- There cannot be unacceptable risk of infertility.
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How Politics Corrupted Evidence-Based Medicine — And How to Fix It
Some proposals for reforms include:
- Regulators must be freed from drug company funding. This includes the FDA funding — which must come directly from the government, as opposed to pharma fees, as is now the case. Tying employee salaries to pharma fees creates a huge conflict of interest within the FDA.
- The revolving door between regulators like the FDA, the CDC and big pharma (as well as tech/media) must stop. Employment contracts for regulatory government positions must have “non-compete” clauses whereby employment opportunities are limited upon leaving these regulatory agencies. Likewise, big pharma executives should not fill leadership positions at regulatory agencies.
- Taxation imposed on pharmaceutical companies to allow public funding of independent trials; and perhaps most importantly, anonymized individual patient-level trial data posted, along with study protocols. These data to be provided on suitably accessible websites so that third parties, self-nominated or commissioned by health technology agencies, could rigorously evaluate the methodology and trial results.
- Clinical trial data must be made public. Trial consent forms are easily changed to make this anonymized data freely available.
- Publication of data must be open and transparent. The government has a moral obligation to trial participants, real people who have been involved in risky treatment and have a right to expect that the results of their participation will be used in keeping with principles of scientific rigor.
- The government has a moral obligation to the public to conduct clinical trials in ways that are unbiased by industry.
- The Foundation for the CDC and the Foundation for the NIH, which runs clinical trials and studies for these organizations (while their boards are made up of pharma industry executives and employees) must be decommissioned. We have laws in this country whereby the government does not accept volunteer labor, or direct donations to influence government decisions. These NGOs are doing just that. These practices must be stopped. They are intentionally using these organizations to bypass federal laws concerning exertion of undue influence on federal decision-making.
- Off-label drugs must continue to be used by the medical community. The early treatment protocols, which have saved countless lives, have documented the important role that physicians have played in finding cheap and effective treatments for COVID as well as many other diseases. Let doctors be doctors.
- Scientific and medical journals must be stopped from taking money from big pharma. This includes the sales of reprints, banner ads, print ads, etc.
- Government must stop interfering with the publishing of peer-reviewed papers and social media. A free press must remain free from coercion from the government. We all know countless examples, such as the Trusted News Initiative and White House meetings with big tech to influence what is allowed to be printed. And the billions of dollars spent by the U.S. Government to promote these EUA/unlicensed “vaccine” products that do not prevent infection or transmission of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. This is a direct assault on our first amendment rights. It also skews evidence-based medicine.
- Informed consent, one of the foundations of modern medicine, has been stymied by the FDA, NIH, the CDC hospitalists, big tech and social media. They have been hiding data and skewing results. When people can not get the information they need to make an informed decision, evidence-based medicine can not function correctly.
- The government must stop picking winners and losers. Evidence-based medicine requires a non-biased playing field.
- Industry concerns about privacy and intellectual property rights should not hold sway.
If we ever trust and support the concept of evidence-based medicine again, significant changes to the system must be enacted. The only question is… is our government up to the job?
Originally published by Robert W. Malone. M.D., M.S. on Substack.
Supreme Court Ruling Mar 25, 2022
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Supreme Court Ruling Jan 14, 2022
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“Here, the omnibus rule compels millions of healthcare workers to undergo an unwanted medical procedure that ‘cannot be removed at the end of the shift,’ […]
“These cases are not about the efficacy or importance of COVID–19 vaccines. They are only about whether CMS has the statutory authority to force healthcare workers, by coercing their employers, to undergo a medical procedure they do not want and cannot undo. Because the Government has not made a strong showing that Congress gave CMS that broad authority, I would deny the stays pending appeal. I respectfully dissent.”
AHA Patient’s Bill of Rights
The patient has the right to considerate and respectful care.
The patient is entitled to the opportunity to discuss and request information related to the specific procedures and/or treatments, the risks involved, the possible length of recuperation, and the medically reasonable alternatives and their accompanying risks and benefits.
The patient has the right to… refuse a recommended treatment or plan of care to the extent permitted by law and hospital policy and to be informed of the medical consequences of this action. In case of such refusal, the patient is entitled to other appropriate care and services that the hospital provides.
The patient has the right to consent to or decline to participate in proposed research studies or human experimentation affecting care and treatment or requiring direct patient involvement and to have those studies fully explained prior to consent. A patient who declines to participate in research or experimentation is entitled to the most effective care that the hospital can otherwise provide.
Additional rights are being taken from us every day
The shielding approach has been considered by the CDC and would limit “contact between individuals at higher risk of developing severe disease (‘high-risk’) and the general population (‘low-risk’). High-risk individuals would be temporarily relocated to safe or ‘green zones’ established at the household, neighborhood, camp/sector or community level depending on the context and setting. They would have minimal contact with family members and other low-risk residents.”
Protect Your School Children
The WHO has stated that sending your child to school on Vaccine Day is considered “implied consent.” Protect your rights by sending a “Does Not Consent” form to your child’s school. Have them put it in their medical file. Also, make sure to write that you do not consent to any vaccine or shot if your child gets hurt playing sports. In fact, I wrote on my child’s sports forms that I do not consent to any medical treatment without my written consent.