A "Physicians' Declaration" produced by an international alliance of physicians and medical scientists strongly condemns the global strategy to treat COVID, accusing policy-makers of potential "crimes against humanity" for preventing physicians from providing life-saving treatments for their patients and suppressing open scientific discussion.
The document states that "one size fits all" treatment recommendations have resulted in needless illness and death.
As of 1:00 Friday afternoon, the declaration had garnered over 3,100 signatures from doctors and scientists around the world. (See below for updated number).
A group of physicians and scientists met in Rome, Italy earlier this month for a three dayGlobal Covid Summit to speak "truth to power about Covid pandemic research and treatment."
The summit, which was held from September 12 to September 14, gave the medical professionals an opportunity to compare studies, and assess the efficacy of the various treatments that have been developed in hospitals, doctors offices and research labs throughout the world.
The document, reprinted below in its entirety, sprang from a physicians conference in Puerto Rico .
The Physicians' Declaration was first read at the Rome Covid Summit, catalyzing an explosion of active support from medical scientists and physicians around the globe. These professionals were not expecting career threats, character assassination, papers and research censored, social accounts blocked, search results manipulated, clinical trials and patient observations banned, and their professional history and accomplishments altered or omitted in academic and mainstream media.