“IF EVER ONE THINKS THEY’RE TOO SMALL TO MAKE CHANGES, THEN THEY HAVE NEVER SLEPT IN BED WITH A MOSQUITO !!!”
NORMAN J CLEMENT RPH., DDS, NORMAN L.CLEMENT PHARM-TECH, MALACHI F. MACKANDAL PHARMD, BELINDA BROWN-PARKER, IN THE SPIRIT OF JOSEPH SOLVO ESQ., INC.T. SPIRIT OF REV. C.T. VIVIAN, JELANI ZIMBABWE CLEMENT, BS., MBA., IN THE SPIRIT OF THE HON. PATRICE LUMUMBA, IN THE SPIRIT OF ERLIN CLEMENT SR., WALTER F. WRENN III., MD., JULIE KILLINGWORTH, LESLY POMPY MD., CHRISTOPHER RUSSO, MD., NANCY SEEFELDT, WILLIE GUINYARD BS., JOSEPH WEBSTER MD., MBA, BEVERLY C. PRINCE MD., FACS., NEIL ARNAND, MD., RICHARD KAUL, MD., LEROY BAYLOR, JAY K. JOSHI MD., MBA, ADRIENNE EDMUNDSON, ESTER HYATT PH.D., WALTER L. SMITH BS., IN THE SPIRIT OF BRAHM FISHER ESQ., MICHELE ALEXANDER MD., CUDJOE WILDING BS, MARTIN NJOKU, BS., RPH., IN THE SPIRIT OF DEBRA LYNN SHEPHERD, BERES E. MUSCHETT, STRATEGIC ADVISORS
“WE ARE NOT POWERLESS, AND THROUGH OUR VIDEOS, WRITINGS, AND PHOTOGRAPHS, WE WILL EXPOSE THE ABUSES AND TYRANNY OF UNITED STATES DRUG ENFORCEMENT AGENCY
JUST AS THE VIDEO WAS RECORDED BY THE CELL PHONE CAMERA OF YOUNG DARNELLA FRAZIER, BORE WITNESS TO THE MURDER OF GEORGE FLOYD THE BLOG youarewithinthenorms.com BARES WITNESS AND BOTH ALLOWS THE SYSTEM TO BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE”
“WE ARE HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS, PHYSICIANS, DENTISTS, PHARMACISTS, NOT STREET DRUG DEALERS “
WALTER F. WRENN MD
MEDICAL CARE AND PATIENT SAFETY ARE UNDER ATTACK BY THE UNTRAINED
Medical care and patient safety are under attack. Physicians spend years training to be able to take care of their patients safely. However, legislators with no medical training are passing laws signed into law by governors without medical training.
Josh Bloom — July 15, 2022
“A unanimous Supreme Court decision is a good first step for getting law enforcement out of prescription decisions. Drs. Jeffrey Singer and Josh Bloom in Reason Magazine.“
This has to be the absolute example of stupidity. Politics and the misplaced energy spent on abortion have fueled this dangerous and unprecedented behavior.
“…IF EVER ONE THINKS THEY’RE TOO SMALL TO MAKE CHANGES, THEN THEY HAVE NEVER SLEPT IN BED WITH A MOSQUITO… !!!”
MEDICINE AND POLITICS DO NOT MIX!!!
It is difficult to know which issues to address in a complex world.
Is it Covid 19?
Is it gun violence?
Is it the high cost of gasoline?
Is it criminal justice reform? Is it Ukraine?
All are important, and time will solve them.
Consequences OF CRIMINALIZATION OF MEDICINE
On February 17, 2021, I was arrested, carried from my house in handcuffs, and charged with a crime while practicing medicine. The reasons I will never know, but the impact on my life made me concentrate on the Criminalization of medicine and its far-reaching consequences.
Our responsibility goes beyond our own personal circumstances. We must seek truth for the better good. I am led by my Christian faith to believe that as a member of the body of Christ, I am responsible for doing my part so that the body functions as a whole. That means I have to put aside anger, self-pity, and revenge.
All of these emotions and more I experienced and still suppressed. I have seen and experienced the injustices suffered by health care providers. I have seen an increase in overdose deaths and suicides of patients denied opiate pain medication.
Recently we saw the death of Dr. Preston Phillips because a patient became disgruntled because he couldn’t get adequate pain relief. We didn’t know that in 2018 the Oklahoma state legislators passed a law that opiate pain medication could only be prescribed after surgery for seven days for adult patients and five days for minors.
The patient who murdered Dr. Phillips was 13 days post-surgery.
Did the Oklahoma law play a role in this murder?
Of course, it did. Has anyone who voted for this law spoken up about its role in this murder?
Of course not. In my almost 82 years on earth, I have seen little evidence that man will look retrospectively at the actions they have taken or laws they have passed.
In fact, there is only one profession that reviews and critiques itself. MEDICINE. By using the techniques of analyzing past data, I was able to discover the effects on the medical community and patients that the criminalization of medicine caused and is causing. I have appeared on several radio stations talking about these issues. I have written several articles and sent them to news outlets.
The question asked is, What can we do to help you?
Therein is my dilemma. I don’t know. I can only keep trying. The battle is not a sprint but a marathon. Let’s march on until the victory is won.
Walter F. Wrenn III M.D.
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By ALEX GERTNER
February 15, 2022
“New recommendations for addressing the opioid crisis from Stanford University and The Lancet are emblematic of the dominant approach to the crisis over the last decade, which has been focused on limiting opioid prescribing. “Hundreds of thousands of individuals have fatally overdosed on prescription opioids,” the study’s authors wrote, “and millions more have become addicted to opioids or have been harmed in other ways, either as a result of their own opioid use or someone else’s (e.g., disability, family breakdown, crime, unemployment, bereavement).”
“…Myths about the role of prescription opioids have fueled decades of misguided policies. A new report from The Stanford-Lancet Commission reinforces those falsehoods...”
The overdose crisis is indeed worse than ever—there were nearly 100,000 drug-involved overdose deaths in the U.S. in 2020—but, since 2016, the leading cause of overdose deaths has been illicitly manufactured synthetic opioids, not pharmaceutically manufactured prescription opioids. After peaking in 2011, opioid prescribing is at its lowest level since 1993. The CDC is now backtracking on its 2016 guidelines recommending strict limits on opioid use in pain treatment.”
OPIOID CRISIS: NO EASY FIX TO ITS SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DETERMINANTS
Am J Public Health. 2018 February; 108(2): 182–186. PMCID: PMC5846593 Published online 2018 February. doi: 10.2105/AJPH.2017.304187
According to Nabarun Dasgupta, Ph.D., MPH, Leo Beletsky, JD, MPH, and Daniel Ciccarone, MD, MPH:
“The accepted wisdom about the US opioid crisis singles out opioid analgesics as causative agents of harm, with physicians as unwitting conduits and pharmaceutical companies as selfish promoters.
Although invaluable for infection control, this vector model of drug-related harm ignores root causes.
Eroding economic opportunity, evolving approaches to pain treatment, and limited drug treatments have fueled spikes in problematic substance use, of which opioid overdose is the most visible manifestation.
By ignoring the underlying drivers of drug consumption, current interventions are aggravating its trajectory. The structural and social determinants of health framework are widely understood to be critical in responding to public health challenges.
Until we adopt this framework, we will continue to fail in our efforts to turn the tide of the opioid crisis.”