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Now this is called coercion, and where medical procedures are concerned, it is against international law. The Nuremberg Code Article 6 and the 2005 UNESCO statement on bioethics and human rights.
If I am badgered or continually pestered, by any man or woman to take an experimental biological agent from a supplier who accepts no liability for the damage it may cause, and that man or woman does not accept that I have still yet to make my informed individual decision on whether I consent or not, then I will be taking names, and legal action. The law is very clear.Here is a refreshers course for you.THE NUREMBERG CODE (set up after the WW2 atrocities committed by the Nazis in the concentration camps))The Nuremberg Code is an international document regulating the principles of conducting medical experiments and procedures on people. The Code was developed and adopted after the Nuremberg trial of doctors in 1947, as a result of which many, many citizens were sent to the gallows, in particular for the forcible administration of different vaccines to people.The code has only ten points and it reads:*1. The absolutely necessary condition for conducting an experiment on a person is the voluntary consent of the latter.
2. The experiment should bring positive results to the society, unattainable by other methods or research methods; it should not be random, essentially non-binding in nature.
3. The experiment should be based on data obtained in laboratory studies on animals, knowledge of the history of the development of this disease or other studied problems. Its holding should be organized in such a way that the expected results justify the fact of its holding.
4. When conducting an experiment, it is necessary to avoid all unnecessary physical and mental suffering and damage.
*5. None of the experiments should be carried out if there is reason to assume the possibility of death or a disabling injury to the subject; an