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Brown again confronts health minister Gigantes about costs of attitudes of Ontario Ministry of Health officials, including ministerial staff
|Title||Brown again confronts health minister Gigantes about costs of attitudes of Ontario Ministry of Health officials, including ministerial staff|
In a phone conversation between this and the letter sent on the 16th of Janurary, Rob Sutherland, Gigantes' chief of staff, insisted that the Thomson report stated that there was not a publicly insured method of diagnosis when in fact it had stated the opposite. The availability of a means of diagnosing patients with sensitivities brings with it the legal obligation to idtentify and thereby protect persons with sensitivities from damaging acts and attitudes in health care.
Since Gigantes office misled the public about the availability of a publicly insured means of diagnosis, tens of thousands of people with sensitivities have been unnecessarily killed in Ontario health care, and thousands of people whose central nervous system dysfunction is caused or exacerbated by sensitivities have suicided.
NDPers, including Paul Dewar, MP, who worked as a constituency assistant to Gigantes at the time, continue to hide these mistakes today, turning their backs on their own contribution to preventable harm. One wonders if Gigantes truly appreciates being protected when it has such costs.
|Year of Publication||1991|