Medical experts are warning of a growing crisis for many patients who choose to take their own lives after they’ve been diagnosed with terminal illness.
They are warning that they’re being told to treat the symptoms of terminal illness and are not receiving the proper treatment they need to survive.
The doctors don’t want me” and there is no one else, Dr. Michael Fournier told Fox News.
“So when they prescribe the wrong drugs, they’re causing the illness to come back. “
There are doctors who are doing what they think is the right thing, but what they are really doing is treating the symptoms that are not terminal,” Fourniersaid.
“So when they prescribe the wrong drugs, they’re causing the illness to come back.
They’re killing patients, and they’re killing their patients.
And they are doing it under the guise of being a compassionate doctor.”
Fourniersays there’s a growing fear among doctors that they are being told that they need not treat terminal illness, and are being directed to treat symptoms that donít exist.
“There is no other treatment that is proven to work, and Iím worried about the future of patients who are not getting that care,” he said.
Fourniesaid there is a growing concern among doctors who want to treat terminal illnesses.
“There is a fear that weíre not getting the proper care for patients who have terminal illnesses,” he explained.
“The doctors want to tell me I need to treat my own symptoms, but thereís no one in this room who is able to do that.”
But Fourniesays the doctors are not being properly trained.
“I have a feeling that we need to change how we are treating the patient, how we treat the physician, how the patients are being treated, and not how they are treated by their peers,” he added.
“We need to make sure that we are training the profession in a way that is going to keep the community safe, and we are going to train doctors in ways that are going out of their way to treat this patient with compassion, not fear.”
Doctors are being asked to treat chronic pain, and patients are increasingly coming forward to report pain that has progressed to the point where they need emergency surgery, Fourniestaid.
Doctors are also facing a crisis of legitimacy as they attempt to treat an illness that is becoming more common.
Dr. David Glickman, the chief medical officer for the American Medical Association, told Ingraham this month that there is “an epidemic of patients seeking the services of doctors who doníT believe theyíre medically qualified.”
Filippo Dalla, the director of research at the University of California, San Francisco, told the New York Times that the crisis is becoming a crisis for the profession.
“When we look at the rising rates of terminal illnesses, we see that more and more patients are saying, ‘I am having terminal illness so I need an independent doctor.
I need you to help me,'” he said on “Fox and Friends.””
And it is now the case that the doctors themselves, in fact, doní’t want to be part of the solution,” he told Ingressh.