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FLCCC Doctors Plan to Fight Board Decision
Dr. Pierre Kory says ABIM is telling doctors to take orders from bureaucrats in Washington and from medical journals instead of basing treatment decisions on their training and expertise.
After a year-long back-and-forth with the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM), Dr. Pierre Kory and Dr. Paul Marik received notifications this week that their certifications will officially be revoked.
The charge? Spreading "false or inaccurate medical information."
The committee concluded that the published peer-reviewed, clinical, and observational data that create the foundation of FLCCC protocols, educational materials, and public statements are not so-called "consensus-driven scientific evidence.”
“What ABIM is doing is basically telling doctors that we need to take our orders from bureaucrats in Washington and certain medical journals instead of making treatment decisions based on our training and expertise,” said Dr. Kory. “Threatening doctors the way the ABIM is doing simply degrades the practice of medicine to be something that is done out of fear rather than to heal our patients in the best way we know how.”
No longer are doctors to be led by their deep knowledge, expertise, and years of treating patients, but by consensus. Interestingly, the "consensus" cited by the ABIM includes several studies that have been largely disproven or questioned for their glaring flaws, conflicts of interest, or poor design as well as a National Public Radio story that had to be corrected for false reporting (remember that little piece of propaganda that ivermectin overdoses were causing a surge in emergency room admittance?).
Clearly, this move by the ABIM is meant to not only silence our founding doctors, but healthcare providers around the world who believe in early treatment, putting patients first, and saving lives.
“The ABIM is doing this to us and other doctors who didn’t follow what the committee is calling ‘consensus’ as a way to scare others into silence,” said Dr. Marik. “Following the ABIM’s ‘consensus’ will only deprive patients of important treatments that have saved lives all over the world.”
While losing their certifications wouldn't impact the ability of Dr. Kory and Dr. Marik to practice medicine or conduct scientific research, it would send a chilling message across the world that censoring doctors is not only acceptable but a precedent moving forward.
True to their integrity and heart, our doctors do not intend to step down from this fight. In accordance with ABIM bylaws, they will appeal the decision, which will require countless hours of legal support, research, and preparation.