Standard of Care
Medical Mind Control

''Treatment that is accepted by medical experts as a proper treatment for a certain type of disease and that is widely used by healthcare professionals. Also called best practice, standard medical care, and standard therapy.'' National Cancer Institute (NCI) Dictionary of Cancer Terms

['Standard of Care' is enforced State medicine/Allopathy Inc, seen in Birth trauma practices.  They can take your child and enforce Chemotherapy.  No MD is going to lose a malpractice suit if they followed SOC.]

[2017 Feb] I Brought My Doctor Before the State Medical Board For Failure to Investigate a Vaccine Injury  What is the duty of a physician to his patient when a parent reports a suspected vaccine injury?  Their answer...The doctor has no duty to the patient.  Well that is their implied answer.  What they really did was just make up an excuse to close the complaint and not answer the question at all.  But in their refusal to answer the complaint that a physician had failed in their duty to investigate a vaccine injury claim, they establish the standard of care.  The standard of care for reported vaccine injury is... medical negligence......The board investigated the matter, but their ruling did not address the question of what the duty of the doctor is to a patient reporting vaccine adverse reactions, and simply gave a non sequitur response to close the case. Their action was a de facto ruling that no doctor has an obligation to investigate suspected vaccine injuries, and evidence that the medical establishment's response to vaccine adverse reactions is systematized medical negligence.

[2016 April] BEWARE of “Standard of Care” By Laura Hayes

"You do the standard of care, give chemo and people die, it's OK.  If you don't do the standard of care and people live, that is not OK.  It is politically incorrect."  ~  Dr Rashid Buttar DO [2015 Oct vid] Episode 1: The True History of Chemotherapy & The Pharmaceutical Monopoly

"They came into my house and said we had to go....They had about 12 Police squad cars surrounding my house and the block...After about 2 weeks of being in the hospital....they got the order that they could force me to do chemotherapy....I couldn't leave my room, there was a guard sitting outside of my door, I couldn't use my phone, I couldn't contact my morning they came in, and they strapped me to the bed, and they sedated me for have to have a port to have chemotherapy which is why I have this scar...I didn't want the Chemo, they came in with an IV and I said no so they had to have the officers, the security guards and the staff come in and they bought in a bed that had straps, they had to tie me down by my ankles, and a woman came in and they put a needle in my neck to knock me out, and the next thing I knew I woke up and I was in the recovery room." ~ Cassandra Callender [2015 Oct vid] Episode 1: The True History of Chemotherapy & The Pharmaceutical Monopoly

The SoC is safe (for the MD). No MD is going to lose a malpractice case by following the dogma. In cancer, the SoC is usually fatal, and often has no material effect on lifespan, but no oncologist gets sued over it. When you suggest deviating from the SoC, the MD's inner lawyer goes to red alert, and the MD may not even realize it. Treat your glioma with a restricted calorie keto diet, hyperbaric therapy, exogenous ketones and elevated Vitamin D? Panic attack just due to liability.  Aside: this article is about MDs. Any health care provider with a lesser rank than MD is dramatically less likely to deviate from dogma. MDs have a longer leash, particularly when their off-schedule or radical approach has demonstrable positive results. PAs, NPs, RNs, LPNs, dietitians and counselors of all kinds take a severe career risk in stepping outside the box, so set your expectations accordingly.....Most of an MD's income doesn't come directly from patients. It comes from insurance providers, who may refuse to cover non-SoC therapies.

Moss, Ralph

Social Services USA  Chemotherapy