If doctors who won’t kill are ‘wicked,’ the world is sick

When doctors are called “wicked” for not killing patients, something is amiss.

A Byzantine version of the Hippocratic Oath from the 12th Century. "First do no harm..."Talk about Orwellian. A woman described as a “leading expert in ethics” has declared that doctors who refuse to kill their patients are “genuinely wicked.” I’m not making this up.

Mary Warnock, a British baroness told the Northern Ireland Forum for Ethics in Medicine and Healthcare this past Monday, that doctors who refuse to break their Hippocratic oath are evil.

It seems that virtually every day, I read another story that proves the world–and what is accepted as good and true –is being turned on its head.

Referring to terminally ill patients who make a written request to be killed when they reach a certain point in their illness, Warnock said: “There are doctors, we know, who don’t pay any attention (to those written wishes to be killed).

entire article is here at Mercatornet.com

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