Under ObamaCare, veterinary ethics will rapidly replace the Hippocratic Oath As Phoenix surgeon and health care freedom advocate Dr. Jeffrey Singer explained last year in an important article at Reason.com, Big Government is pushing the American medical profession away from the tradition of the Hippocratic Oath and toward a brave new world in which health care [...]
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As we approach the second anniversary of the Obama-Pelosi-Reid federal government takeover of health care, we must continue to fight for health care freedom.
Those of us who cannot make it to the Hands Off My Health Care Rally in Washington, DC on March 27 have a chance to tell Nancy Pelosi what we think of her health care legislation (now that we all know what's in it!) this Saturday afternoon, March 24, when Pelosi visits Tempe.
[img_assist|nid=26998|title=Jeff Singer, Champion of Liberty|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=269|height=300]Hometown hero and Phoenix surgeon Dr. Jeffrey Singer has written a great piece for Reason.com, explaining what Big Government is doing to medical ethics in America. Here's a sample:
For centuries, my predecessors and I have been inculcated with what has come to be called the “Hippocratic Ethic.” This tradition holds that I am ethically required to use the best of my knowledge to recommend to my patient what I consider to be in my patient’s best interests—without regard to the interests of the third-party payer, or the government, or anyone else.