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December 6, 2018

Help us, Obi Wan Kenobi

December 18, 2018
The Honorable Adrian Dix
Minister of Health






PO Box 9050
Station PROV GOVT, Victoria BC
HLTH.Minister@gov.bc.ca

Sir : 

Avoidable medical errors are the third leading cause of death, after heart disease and cancer. Adverse effects from medications are the leading medical error.

The number of people who survive the adverse side effects of a prescribed medication with a seriously diminished quality of life is legion.

I am member of this legion, and am now well aware that most physicians do not recognize adverse effects from the medications that they prescribe. That most physicians fail (or refuse) to report the reactions that they observe and that as a result, the medical system does not count the members of my cohort.

No medical remedy is offered;
there is no change in medical practice;
all legal avenues are closed;
there is no room for improvement.

The British Columbia Medical System sheds its liabilities like a snake, downloading costs and losses on the basis of relationship onto loved ones as part of the deductible for healthcare in British Columbia.

As a result of their ignorance of the side effects of the medications that they prescribe, doctors prescribe new medications and treatments that create uncounted costs to the Medical Service Plan of British Columbia.

In my case I would like to know how much money the Medical Services Plan of British Columbia has spent treating the adverse side effects of medication that I took as prescribed for a decade.

No one can afford this type of healthcare.


Help us, Obi Wan Kenobi! You’re our only hope!

Icarus Flyby

Attachments:
Failure to Warn : BC College of Pharmacists
Request for Remedy : College of Physicians and Surgeons.
Request for Resolution : Vancouver Island Health Authority

CC:
Member of the British Columbia Legislative Assembly: Hon. Claire Trevena
Member of Parliament : Rachel Blaney

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