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The case brought by Dr. Paul Marik to reinstate the use of safe and effective COVID-19 treatments will be heard in a Norfolk Virginia Court on Thursday, November 18 at 1 pm EST.

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Paul Marik, MD, filed a complaint in the Circuit Court for the City of Norfolk, Virginia on November 9.

The hearing set for Thursday, November 18, could lead to the reinstatement of several treatments that are currently banned by the Sentara Healthcare System.

“It’s shocking that physicians aren’t being allowed to practice medicine,” said Children’s Health Defense (CHD) president and general counsel Mary Holland. “The restrictions on doctors are unethical and costing people their lives.”

According to Life Site News,

“Because Dr. Marik can no longer stand by while patients needlessly die without proper treatment, he filed a lawsuit to allow him and his colleagues to administer the combination of FDA-approved drugs and other therapies that has saved thousands of critically ill COVID-19 patients in the last 18 months.

On Friday, November 12, Sentara Hospital then filed a motion to dismiss Dr. Marik’s complaint against them for prohibiting several medications that he has been using to safely and effectively treat critically ill COVID patients since last year.”

“Sentara’s defense avoids the very real harm to both the patient’s right to receive life-saving treatment and the right of her doctor to prescribe it,” said Fred Taylor, attorney for Dr. Marik.

“This case is about whether a hospital administration can legally prohibit critically ill COVID-19 patients from receiving information and treatment, if they and their doctors so decide it is medically appropriate for them,” Taylor continued. “Virginia law is clear, the attending physician and not the hospital has the authority to use the treatment they have deemed appropriate.”

“It is truly inspiring to hear from so many that support this case and the right of doctors to follow their Hippocratic Oath and treat our patients the best we know how,” said Paul Marik, MD, chief, Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine, Eastern Virginia Medical School, who practices in the Sentara Norfolk General Hospital.

“We hope for a positive outcome on Thursday and that the court decides to put the power of medical decisions back in the hands of doctors and our patients,” Dr. Marik added.

More information will be posted on the FLCCC homepage as it becomes available.

Source
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