More than 7,800 physicians and scientists have signed a declaration stating that physicians should have full freedom to treat their patients as they see fit and that politics needs to be removed from the practice of medicine.
The “Physicians Declaration,” published in September by the International Alliance of Physicians and Medical Scientists, states the medical profession is under assault by public policymakers who are forcing a “one-size-fits-all” approach to treating patients, and such authoritarian approaches have resulted in more illness and death. Spearheading the movement is Robert Malone, M.D., the architect of the mRNA vaccine platform.
The declaration lists several grievances including physicians from being blocked by pharmacies, hospitals, and public health agencies from prescribing treatments. Without early at-home treatments, patients are likely to get sicker and end up in the hospital with limited options.
“This is not medicine,” states the declaration. “These policies may actually constitute crimes against humanity.”
The declaration resolves to restore the physician-patient relationship, speak out against the political intrusion into the practice of medicine, defend a physician’s right to prescribe treatment, and follow their hypocritic oath to “first, do no harm.” It calls on biomedical researchers to “uphold the highest ethical and moral standards,” and patients “to be active participants in their care,” and “to demand access to science-based medical care.”