Vera Sharav on the Importance of Doing No Harm to the Individual

Vera Sharav on the Importance of Doing No Harm to the Individual

When medicine veers away from the Hippocratic Oath that promises to respect the individual right to do no harm to the individual, then you’re going to harm the community as well, because the community is a bunch of individuals.

There are crossroads in life where you have to make choices, and if you don’t, someone who will make the choice for you is not going to make it for your best interest. The idea of just following authority without considering… ‘What if they’re wrong? What if it’s not in my best interest?’

I wouldn’t want to live under such a regime. I know what it’s like. I know what that is and I would not do it again.

… If you deny the human individual the right to think and question and assess and make decisions based on their own judgement experience, then you are creating robots.

 

— Vera Sharav,  Holocaust survivor, medical activist and founder of the Alliance for Human Research Protection

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One Response to "Vera Sharav on the Importance of Doing No Harm to the Individual"

  1. Terry B BEar   January 3, 2021 at 1:27 am

    I am so glad to run into another article/quote from you, Dr. Sharav. Yes, I’m thinking you aren’t a doctor….and that can be a Good thing! I just know you feel the urgency I, and millions of other people do, about the horrors of these covid vaccinations. I also feel helpless in what more I can do to wake people up. Again, is history repeating itself, until we learn? God Bless.

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