Rode work ahead

In a contest between a Judge and a Doctor, who wins?

By gaining access to the Judicial System, measures used to protect the healthcare system could be found to be what they truly are: cruel instruments of denial.

Patients ought to have an alternative to a healthcare system that avoids the accountability of their doctors.

We all have opinions!

Some might consider a hopeless condition to really be the result of a practice used to deny a population their God given right to make decisions for themselves, and a manifestation of hate, based upon an insecurity motivating the need to control the population by disenfranchising them from their opportunities in life.

And, if a patient dares challenge this feature of our landscape, he (or she) is likely to become identified as a poor witness, and prone to paranoia, for example. Then, the provider can use his 'licensed opinion' to treat not only the problems resulting from the trauma caused by his practice, but also problems that result from what he's redefined as our faulty perceptions. Please see also: Redefining a Sexual Reference

Who do you trust?

We need to be more realistic about the problems that result from separation, and the methods used by the medical profession to accomplish them in order to help ourselves.

Doctors are quite capable of creating an impression to exploit those suffering with the trauma they've caused. And, ongoing circumstances fabricated to keep people in their care under control justifies more income for themselves.

The use of labels such as: 'hopeless' are used to deny the validity of claims that trauma results from procedures, and ongoing judgements rule out our opportunity to point out the futility of using a procedure before the results are in.

The need to develop treatment plans for conditions the healthcare system deems hopeless are required because they result from a doctor's practice, or opinion. And, to seek consent for ongoing treatment for these conditions may be used to prove that the patient is incompetent if they're seeking treatment from the healthcare system that caused the problem.

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