Dicksey Higgins

Doctors take an oath - "At first do no harm"! This is the Doctor's conscience, choice, and values guiding and directing his patient's care. What is in the best interest of the patient? The doctor/patient relationship must be first and foremost a trust relationship. I, the patient must be allowed to trust him to act according to his oath, to "do no harm". Therefore, the doctor must not be coerced or obliged, in any way, by any government interference in the patient's care. This care is private and personal, between the doctor and his patient. If this sacred trust is broken between the doctor and patient due to this intrusive overreach of government, the patient has no one to turn to for his healthcare. Human life is sacred, not disposable, when it becomes inconvenient

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