Well, I see that we have at least one person who doesn't see a problem with medical discrimination.I don't get how people who are sick and need medical treatment, when they are presented with medical advice regarding that treatment, then reject it on the basis that they have spent an hour or two on Google and state that they know better than the doctors who are treating her. Rather than listen to her, or her lawyer why don't we have a third-party view from an expert?
And it's hello to Dr. Nick Coatsworth, a fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians and an expert in respiratory medicine and infectious diseases. One of the 4 doctors consulting with the Dept. Of Health during covid. He is known to have objected to mandatory vaccinations in the workplace. Mother refused heart transplant because she doesn't have Covid jab
'From a transplant physician's point of view, the biggest risk to you is when we hit your immune system like that, if you get Covid-19 without having the vaccine, then there is a significant risk that organ will die with you,' he said.
See that bit at the end? '...there is a significant risk that organ will die with you.' So if she catches covid without being vaccinated there is a significant risk that she will die. And she says she's 'read up on it' and knows better?
Gimme a break. Has she questioned any of the processes or medications or drugs that she has already received? You can bet she hasn't. Because she wouldn't have the faintest idea about them. But now she's an expert? I'd bet that if they said that they needed to give her a few injections to prevent her from suffering complications if she caught something afterwards then she'd have rolled up her sleeve and thanked the doctor. But someone mentions covid and it's time to call the legal team in.
She's got a 20% chance of dying in the first 12 months following the transplant. And she's complaining about a jab that will help reduce that risk? What a farce...