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  • Joe Biden coronavirus adviser Dr. Zeke Emanuel once argued it's not worth living past 75 - despite president-elect being 77 - and suggested only 'younger people who are yet to live a complete life' should get a vaccine in a flu pandemic

    03/02/2021 8:34:09 AM PST · by Jan_Sobieski · 28 replies
    UK Daily Mail ^ | 11/09/2020 | Luke Kenton
    Dr. Zeke Emanuel, one of the 10 advisory board members appointed to Joe Biden’s coronavirus task force on Monday, once argued in an article that life is not worth living after 75.The declaration, made in a 2014 Atlantic essay titled 'Why I Hope to Die at 75', could raise some awkward questions, considering the fact the president-elect is 77, and that Emanuel is now entrusted with protecting the nation's elderly from COVID-19.The oncologist, 63, wrote at the time that he believed by 75, ‘creativity, originality and productivity are pretty much gone for the vast, vast majority of us.’
  • Judge rules Muslim woman in her 30s who gave birth after contracting Covid at 32 weeks pregnant should be allowed to die after her condition deteriorated - despite family's belief that 'only God can end life'

    02/24/2021 4:57:37 AM PST · by Oshkalaboomboom · 23 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | 2/24/2021 | Milly Vincent
    A woman in her early 30s, who gave birth to a son a month ago and has Covid-19, should be allowed to die against her family's wishes, a judge has decided. Mr Justice Hayden ruled that doctors can lawfully stop providing life-support treatment to the woman, who has an underlying health condition and is in an induced coma. A specialist told him that everything had been tried and the woman's chances of recovery were 'zero'. The judge considered the case at an urgent virtual hearing in the Court of Protection, where issues relating to people who lack the mental capacity...
  • Biden v. Diabetics: New Freeze on Trump’s Lower Cost Insulin and Epinephrine Rule Benefits Big Pharma

    01/26/2021 11:33:09 AM PST · by Red Badger · 22 replies ^ | Human Events Staff | January 25, 2021
    Big Pharma did not like Donald Trump, but they certainly like Joe Biden – especially now. In an ongoing frenzy to undo everything Trump did over the last four years, Joe Biden froze a December rule aimed at lowering prescription drug prices for insulin and epinephrine. On Thursday, Biden’s Department of Health and Human Services announced the new rule would be put on hold, along with several other Trump-era orders pending a 60 day review, The Federalist reports. Biden Chief of Staff Ron Klain directed federal agencies on Wednesday to pause orders that had been signed and published by Trump’s...
  • Biden Stops Trump Order To Slash Price Of Insulin, EpiPen

    01/23/2021 4:20:37 PM PST · by Blood of Tyrants · 156 replies
    Daily Wire ^ | 01/23-01 | Amanda Prestigiacomo
    President Joe Biden’s United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) on Thursday stopped executive orders from his predecessor designed to significantly lower prescription drug prices for Americans, including insulin and epinephrine. The new administration will apparently re-evaluate the executive action from President Donald Trump toward the end of March. It remains unclear if it will be reinstated. “The HHS Thursday froze the former Trump administration’s December drug policy that requires community health centers to pass on all their insulin and epinephrine discount savings to patients,” Bloomberg Law reported Thursday. “Centers that don’t pass on the savings wouldn’t qualify...
  • ‘Triage officers’ would decide who gets care and who doesn’t if COVID-19 crushes L.A. hospitals

    01/08/2021 12:47:25 PM PST · by BenLurkin · 30 replies
    The crisis designation would empower the newly named triage officers — usually critical care and emergency room doctors — to decide which patients at county hospitals would get access to resources such as ventilators, respiratory therapists and critical care nurses when they become too scarce to be provided to every patient. Hospitals outside the county system will have to decide on their own whether to invoke similar urgency measures, though state officials told them last week that they should have triage plans ready. Inside many overflowing Southern California hospitals, a form of undeclared rationing appears already to be taking place....
  • Are You Ready For The Biden/Zeke Emanuel COVID Death Panels?

    11/15/2020 2:54:39 PM PST · by raptor22 · 8 replies
    Noisy Room ^ | November 15, 2020 | Daniel John Sobieski
    New York Governor and nursing home serial killer Andrew Cuomo’s recent interview by George Stephanopoulos on Disney/ABC’s Good Morning America proved an oft-repeated statement by Sean Hannity: Fox News host Sean Hannity on Wednesday night put the “leftist media” in its place, saying that if President Donald Trump “could actually cure cancer,” the “media still wouldn’t be happy.” The news that thanks to President Trump’s Operation Warp Speed, drugmaker Pfizer has a vaccine that is 90 percent effective against COVID-19 and is ready to roll thanks to $2 billion from and a distribution infrastructure built by the Trump administration, did...

    11/10/2020 9:21:22 AM PST · by conservative98 · 18 replies
    Kayleigh McEnany Twitter ^ | 11/10/20 | Kayleigh McEnany
    MEET JOE BIDEN’S COVID ADVISOR:— Kayleigh McEnany (@kayleighmcenany) November 10, 2020 Ezekiel "Zeke" Emanuel
  • Joe Biden Coronavirus Adviser: Vaccine Should Be Distributed Globally, Not to America First

    11/09/2020 5:48:21 PM PST · by conservative98 · 54 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 9 Nov 2020 | JOEL B. POLLAK
    Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, who was named to Joe Biden’s coronavirus advisory team on Monday, published a paper in September arguing that any coronavirus vaccine should be distributed globally according to something called the “Fair Priority Model.” Emanuel, the lead author on a paper in Science called “An ethical framework for global vaccine allocation,” argued that there should be a “fair international distribution of vaccine,” rather than what he and his co-authors call “vaccine nationalism.”
  • Bill Maher is slammed for saying that Democrats SHOULD make an issue of Amy Coney Barrett's Catholicism 'because being nuts is relevant'

    10/17/2020 8:56:58 AM PDT · by knighthawk · 58 replies
    UK Daily Mail ^ | October 17 2020 | KEITH GRIFFITH
    Commentator Bill Maher has drawn backlash after calling Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett 'nuts' and arguing that Senate Democrats should make an issue of her Catholic faith. 'Chuck Schumer said Democrats won't make Barrett's religion an issue, but they should because being nuts is relevant,' Maher said in a monologue on HBO's Real Time on Friday. After hearings this week, the Senate Judiciary Committee set October 22 for its vote to recommend Barrett´s nomination to the full Senate, with a final confirmation vote expected by month´s end.
  • We’re all in this together, including the disabled

    08/21/2020 7:12:18 PM PDT · by LadyDoc · 7 replies
    South Florida Sun Sentinal ^ | Aug 14, 2020 | LISA BLUMBERG
    Florida may be the epicenter of COVID-19 with the number of confirmed cases skyrocketing over 500,000, but over 80% of states are seeing increased cases. While many of the young and able-bodied chafe at wearing masks and forgoing the beach, people with disabilities are concerned about having an equal shot in surviving the pandemic. We who live in the community are appalled by the carnage in nursing homes. “They’re death pits,” Betsy McCaughey, a former lieutenant governor of New York who founded the Committee to Reduce Infection Deaths, has stated. “They’re crowded and they’re understaffed.” Roughly half of all virus...
  • An invisible hand: Patients aren’t being told about the AI systems advising their care

    07/16/2020 12:15:38 PM PDT · by ransomnote · 21 replies ^ | July 15, 2020 | Rebecca Robbins and Erin Brodwin
    Since February of last year, tens of thousands of patients hospitalized at one of Minnesota’s largest health systems have had their discharge planning decisions informed with help from an artificial intelligence model. But few if any of those patients has any idea about the AI involved in their care.That’s because frontline clinicians at M Health Fairview generally don’t mention the AI whirring behind the scenes in their conversations with patients.At a growing number of prominent hospitals and clinics around the country, clinicians are turning to AI-powered decision support tools — many of them unproven — to help predict whether hospitalized...
  • An experiment in end-of-life care: Tapping AI’s cold calculus to nudge the most human of conversations

    07/16/2020 12:18:59 PM PDT · by ransomnote · 12 replies ^ | July 1, 2020 | Rebecca Robbins
    The daily email that arrived in physician Samantha Wang’s inbox at 8 a.m., just before morning rounds, contained a list of names and a warning: These patients are at high risk of dying within the next year.One name that turned up again and again belonged to a man in his 40s, who had been admitted to Stanford University’s hospital the previous month with a serious viral respiratory infection. He was still much too ill to go home, but Wang was a bit surprised that the email had flagged him among her patients least likely to be alive in a year’s...
  • Steve Scalise sent letters to the Democrat governors of NY, NJ, CA, PA, and MI demanding they explain why they ignored protocols, forced COVID-19 patients into nursing homes.

    06/17/2020 1:55:48 PM PDT · by ransomnote · 54 replies
    Twitter ^ | June 15, 2020 | Steve Scalise
    3:45 PM · Jun 15, 2020
  • Bill Gates and the Population Control Grid

    05/27/2020 7:08:23 AM PDT · by Jan_Sobieski · 17 replies
    Bill Gates, Family Involvement in Eugenics Movement, Forced Sterilization History, Death Panel Advocacy, strange connection to Jeffrey Epstein’s DNA Seeding Project, and other interesting facts.
  • Young people, vital health workers would be prioritized if CA hospitals are overwhelmed by coronavirus, new state guidelines recommend

    04/21/2020 9:46:33 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 34 replies
    KTLA ^ | 04/21/2020
    California...public health officials are still planning for a “worst-case scenario,” quietly publishing a sobering set of detailed guidelines to answer the troubling ethical question of who lives and who dies should California face a new surge in the coronavirus outbreak, resulting in a shortage of ventilators and medical supplies. A 38-page document by the California Department of Public Health, published last weekend, prescribes a method to prioritize patients in the event that an outbreak overwhelms hospitals, preserving intensive care beds and ventilators for people with the greatest likelihood of surviving with treatment over those with serious chronic conditions that limit...
  • So far today, the U.S. has reported nearly 2,100 new coronavirus deaths, a daily record

    So far today, the U.S. has reported nearly 2,100 new coronavirus deaths, a daily record— BNO Newsroom (@BNODesk) April 14, 2020
  • New “Point System” Would Discriminate Against Elderly and Disabled Patients, Deny Them Ventilators (Pennsylvania)

    04/09/2020 6:29:48 PM PDT · by Morgana · 33 replies
    Life News ^ | April 9, 2020 | Maria Gallagher
    Reporting at David Wenner writes that a “point system” proposed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health could leave an especially vulnerable population, people with disabilities, without the health care they need, when it comes to life-saving treatment for COVID-19. “Disability Rights Pennsylvania has filed a federal civil rights complaint,” the Philadelphia Inquirer added. This frightening proposal—“Interim Pennsylvania Crisis Standards of Care for Pandemic Guidelines”– is raising new questions about the prospect of medical rationing during the Coronavirus pandemic, a possibility already raised by assorted “bioethicists.” Under this disturbing system, those with higher scores because of pre-existing conditions would be...
  • [UK] Coronavirus patients more likely to die may have ventilators taken away

    04/02/2020 9:33:33 AM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 23 replies
    SKY News ^ | April 2, 2020 | by David Mercer
    Coronavirus patients may have life-saving treatment withdrawn if others with the virus are more likely to survive, according to new guidance issued to UK doctors. Health workers could be forced to make "grave decisions" should hospitals become overwhelmed with COVID-19 patients, the latest advice from the British Medical Association (BMA) states. The document warns that decisions around rationing scarce resources, such as ventilators, could determine whether large numbers of patients will receive life-saving treatment or not. The deaths of another 563 coronavirus patients in the UK were announced on Wednesday, the country's biggest daily increase since the outbreak began. Prime...
  • UK: Patients More Likely To Die May Have Ventilators Taken Away

    04/02/2020 12:24:04 AM PDT · by Helicondelta · 17 replies ^ | 1 Apr 2020
    Stable coronavirus patients could be taken off ventilators in favour of those more likely to survive, it emerged on Wednesday, as another sharp rise in deaths left the UK braced for the outbreak to reach up to 1,000 deaths a day by the end of the week. In a stark new document issued by the British Medical Association, doctors set out guidelines to ration care if the NHS becomes overwhelmed with new cases as the outbreak moves towards its peak. A rise in the death toll of 563 brought the overall total to 2,352, an increase of 31% on Tuesday’s...
  • Francis Davis: These Virus Guidelines Signal a Go-Ahead for a Cull of the Vulnerable and Disabled [UK]

    03/28/2020 5:38:21 PM PDT · by marshmallow · 7 replies
    Conservative Home ^ | 3/26/20 | Francis Davis
    Francis Davis is Professorial Fellow in the Institute on Ageing Population at the University of Oxford and until recently a non-executive director of an NHS Trust.It became apparent this week that the National Institute of Clinical Excellence has issued new guidance on how NHS staff should go about choosing who should be refused critical health care in the coming weeks. Even though these proposals emerge from a bureaucratic backwater, they are a recipe for which the Government and Parliamentarians, as they pass emergency laws, will be held personally responsible. They recommend focusing the refusal of critical clinical care on the...