Doctors May Lose Their License If They Spread 'Misinformation' On Covid Jabs, Medical Panel ThreatensChris Menahan
Aug. 08, 2021
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The Federation of State Medical Boards under president and CEO Humayun Chaudhry sent out a statement last week threatening doctors that they may lose their medical licenses if they spread "misinformation" about covid vaccines.
From Becker's Hospital Review, "Physicians who post COVID-19 vaccine misinformation may lose license, medical panel says":
The Federation of State Medical Boards warned July 29 that physicians and other healthcare professionals could be at risk of losing their medical licenses if they spread COVID-19 vaccine misinformation on social media, online and in the media.Note the key term -- "consensus-driven."
They're ordering doctors not to step out of line and do research for themselves on how they can best help their patients but instead just blindly follow whatever the medical establishment tells them.
Remember when the consensus was to put everyone under medically-induced comas and on ventilators and it killed some 85 percent of patients who received the "treatment"?
That could still be the standard today if Chaudhry's consensus-based rules were widely enforced.
FSMB has not yet formally defined "misinformation" or "disinformation" in its policy, but the organization's ethics committee is studying the issues of physician misinformation and disinformation and plans to provide more guidance at a later date, an FSMB spokesperson said in an emailed statement to Becker's.The statement went on to say that spreading "inaccurate" COVID-19 vaccine information "threatens to further erode public trust in the medical profession and puts all patients at risk."
Is pulling doctors' licenses for disagreeing with you really going to increase "public trust" in the medical profession?
MedPageToday has more:
The FSMB is aiming to remind physicians that words matter, that they have a platform, and that misinformation and disinformation -- especially within the context of the pandemic -- can cause harm, said president and CEO Humayun Chaudhry, DO. "I hope that physicians and other licensees get the message," he added.According to the head of the CDC, the vaccines no longer prevent transmission of covid.
Doctors in Israel, one of the most vaccinated countries in the world, are reporting similar.
Many doctors are concerned the vaccines may be causing new variants and could lead to antibody-dependent enhancement.
Pulling doctors' medical licenses for pointing this all out is not going to make these issues disappear.
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