Urgent Health Privacy News – You Must Act Now
Dr Vernon Coleman
If you live in England then you are once again about to be betrayed by the National Health Service.
The NHS is planning to sell your private medical history (including anything you might have regarded as confidential) to crooked drug companies and just about anyone else who wants to buy it.
Worse still: this outrageous breach of traditional confidentiality has been arranged at short notice.
If you don’t want your private mental health, sexual or general medical history to be flogged off to disreputable folk who will use your personal information however they see fit then you must act NOW.
This isn’t the first time that the NHS has tried this.
When they tried last, a few years ago, we (like thousands of others) protested and signed forms refusing to give the NHS permission to betray us to drug companies, bent academics and others.
But those opt outs were cast aside when the attempt to sell medical information was abandoned because of privacy concerns. Now, we must once again sign to say that we want our private medical information to be kept private.
What the devil has happened to the medical profession?
They no longer seemed to give a damn about patients or ethics.
The medical establishment appears to say and do nothing when patients’ fundamental rights are sold off to any bidder.
Not surprisingly, GP’s medical records are considered to be even more commercially valuable than the records kept by supermarkets. Your nervous breakdown and your pregnancy problems are worth more than your shopping habits.
And so the NHS wants to flog off those records and make a few extra million – though they haven’t said what they’ll do with the money.
Doctors and nurses should be up in arms about this. They should leap to the defence of patient confidentiality.
But the British Medical Association and the Royal College of General Practitioners are helping to supervise the release of information obtained in the privacy of the consulting room.
A plague on these bastards.
Who will have access to the details about your private life?
Just about anyone with a good excuse and a thick wallet. Drug companies (which include some of the most corrupt and dishonest companies on earth) will be at the front of the queue.
It is up to us to protect ourselves.
If you want your private medical information to stay private then you must ask quickly.
You have until 23rd of June 2021 to opt out of this latest outrageous betrayal.
The NHS database – created from GPs private health information – will go on sale a week later – on 1st July 2021.
After that vast numbers of strangers will have access to your confidential medical history.
Or rather, a medical history you regarded as confidential.
So, what do you do?
If you don’t want drug company bosses to have access to medical information then you need to fill in a form and send it to your GP.
If you don’t do this before the 23rd June, your medical information will be on sale.
If you try to opt out after 23rd June you will only be able to protect future information.
You won’t be able to keep your history confidential.
Find the form you need by clicking on this link: PRIVACY IS IMPORTANT TO ME.
When you have completed your form I suggest you have a copy made. And then keep the copy somewhere safe. I don’t trust the medical profession or the NHS.
And, if possible, make sure that you obtain a record showing that you’ve posted your forms. Despite the cost we sent our forms by special delivery.
The NHS claims it won't sell names, addresses and other personal details. Do you trust them? No, nor do I.
Oh, by the way, one of the data analytics firms which has in the past worked with the NHS, has been backed by the CIA.
Copyright Vernon Coleman June 3rd 2021
Vernon Coleman’s book How to Protect and Preserve Your Freedom, Identity and Privacy is available on Amazon as a paperback.