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I have tried to copy and paste the petition within the email message below.
However, the petition looks more appealing when it is printed in it's
original Word format. If you want a copy of the Word formatted petition
please either email me or go to
http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Ro ... ist/files/ and download
the "Jemsek Petition Letter.doc "
Dr Jemsek's website is located at http://www.jemsekclinic.com/default.php .
-Robynn




Hello Everyone,

Thanks to Tom Hock, one of our group members we now have a petition letter
in support of Dr. Jemsek.

Petition letters actually have been shown to be a very effective means of
communication.

Please print out your petition letter from the attachment I have provided
and have as many people sign as possible. Patients from other states can
sign
and so can their families and friends if they are using Dr. Jemsek and all
people in NC can sign that are concerned about their right to choose what is
best for them, their friends and families in regards to care for Lyme
Borreliosis. I have also attached the two standards of care for those of you
who would like to review these. Many people in NC that have not yet been
affected by a tick borne disorder need to be educated and informed of their
right to choose and these people can also sign our petition. Most people do
not like their rights being taken away right under their noses. Please do
all you can to help with this and when you feel you have gotten as many
signatures as possible please return to Beth Jordan at 192 Mylands Road
East. Louisburg, NC 27549. Try to get these in before April 1st.

Thank-you very much,
Beth Jordan, DVM

Kathy Dick &
Elizabeth Jordan, DVM , Pres., NCLDF, Inc.
vetrelief@earthlink.net
Link to NCDLF http://www.nclyme.org

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Lyme disease Standard of Care Petition

To whom it may concern,

The undersigned patients of Dr. Joseph Jemsek, family, friends, and
supporters of those patients, and other concerned parties would like to
bring to your attention an impending health care crisis in North Carolina.
This crisis involves the potential loss of the legal right to choose between
two standards of care for over 1000 Lyme disease patients due to the pending
investigation of the Jemsek Clinic by the NC Medical Board.

Currently, the medical community is deeply divided over the appropriate
method of effectively treating Lyme disease. Due to the lack of reliable
test procedures and insufficient and conflicting research, two different
standards of care have emerged in the practice of treating Lyme disease.
Some physicians believe that treatment for 30 days is sufficient for curing
Lyme disease and that any remaining symptoms "reflect a self-perpetuating
autoimmune response", while other physicians believe that persistent
symptoms require further treatment based on the patient's clinical response.
Recent surveys show that physicians are fairly evenly split between these
two standards of care.

The legal standard of care for treatment of a medical condition is
determined by the consensus of treating physicians. With two legal
standards of care, the medical ethical principle of autonomy states that the
decision for the appropriate course of treatment belongs to the patient.
The American Medical Association (AMA) requires that a treating physician
disclose and discuss with the patient the risks and benefits of all
available treatment alternatives. We agree with the AMA, the American
College of Physicians, and other professional medical organizations
interested in promoting informed patient consent. We need to ensure that:

· Physicians, insurers, patients and governmental agencies understand
that two treatment approaches exist.

· Physicians give patients sufficient information about treatment
options to enable patients to make a meaningfully informed choice and
respect the autonomy of that choice.

· Insurance reimbursement is provided for treatment rendered in
accordance with either standard of care.

· Government agencies provide unbiased information and remain neutral
regarding both standards of care and treatment approaches.

Our immediate concern is that the NC Medical Board gives the Jemsek Clinic
fair treatment with regard to the legal standard of care for Lyme disease;
Dr. Jemsek follows the International Lyme Associated Diseases Society
(ILADS) treatment recommendations. We are asking you to support Dr.
Jemsek's right to provide treatment according to the legal standard of care,
and our right to make an informed choice between treatment protocols.

Thank you for your support in this time of crisis,

Sincerely,




Signature and Address Other Patient Family/Friend


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Nath, Paris
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Pétition en ligne où chacun peut signer anonymement s'il le souhaite.
C'est important...
http://www.lisasimone.net/index.php?mod ... 1&catid=-1

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Nath,


Je découvre ts les jours!

Peux tu m'expliquer en deux mots qui est ce médecin et le pouquoi?

:hmm

Merci


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Léa,

la date butoir était le 16/6.

Danie


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Léa,

c'est un llmd aux USA
en ce moment ils doivent se battre car d'autres médecins leur intentent des procès...le dr jemsek fait partie de ceux qui sont attaqués, comme l'a été le dr Burrascano il y a quelques années ou le Dr Jones (pédoiatre llmd) en ce moment

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Merci Nath,

Quand enfin s'arrêteront ces guerres d'influence!!!!

C'est à desespérer, car les vrais perdants, c'est nous.............



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Finalement, il a été suspendu pendant un an.

Physician suspended for misdiagnosis of Lyme disease and unprofessional conduct in the manner of treatment administered given to patients
The North Carolina Medical Board has suspended the license of Dr. Joseph Jemsek for one year. Dr. Jemsek is charged with misdiagnosing patients and failing to inform them that prolonged antibiotic treatment is not a recognized standard for treating Lyme disease. Associated Press Article featured in the Herald Sun (Durham, North Carolina).

Pour lire l'article :
http://www.heraldsun.com/state/6-744287.html


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En fait, il s'agit d'une suspension avec sursis. Donc il peut continuer à exercer !...
http://www.lymediseaseaction.org.uk/releases/lda_17.htm


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