Introducing Health Choice: Protect YOUR Right to Individual Health Choice
It is with great excitement and enthusiasm that we announce the formation of Health Choice, a new health-focused, non-profit organization. Health Choice has two main objectives: promoting the right to individual health choice and standing up for victims of medical injury.
Drawing on the expertise of many professionals from the autism and health advocacy world, Health Choice will strive for better health policies and more reasonable laws surrounding health decisions. Health Choice will also investigate wrongdoings in these areas.
“There are many great advocates who have eagerly joined the Health Choice cause. We have advisors from several different areas including science, legal, and medical,” said Jennifer Larson who serves on the Executive Leadership Team.
Through Health Choice’s website, newsletters and media appearances, this organization will focus on educating citizens about the many different options in treating or sometimes even not treating certain health conditions. Health Choice will also recognize medical injuries certain groups have sustained. We will advocate for the injured and try to prevent these injuries from happening in the future.
To find out more about Health Choice, please visit our website. Make sure to join Health Choice and find out how you can help protect your right to a healthy life!
Follow us on Twitter at: @ForHealthChoice
Like us on Facebeook: Health Choice
Bookmark our site: HealthChoice.org
Director of Communications
Along with Health Choice’s Executive Leadership Team:
Mark Blaxill, Dan Burns, Patti Carroll, Allison Chapman, Teresa Conrick, Lou Conte, Anne Dachel, Laura Hayes, Rolf Hazelhurst, Kent Heckenlively, Nancy Hokkanen, Cat Jameson, Jennifer Larson, Maureen McDonnell, Julie Obradovic, Dan Olmsted, Sylvia Pimentel, Wayne Rohde, Kim Stagliano, John Stone, Kim Mack Rosenberg, Laura Rowley, Andrea Ruppert, Ginger Taylor, Katie Weisman, Dawn Winkler
Advisory Group Chair
Sounds like a good idea. Can one of the founding members clarify the need for this endeavor vs that of the Canary Party. What is the difference, or differences?
Posted by: Jenny | April 18, 2014 at 09:07 PM
This sounds great!
Posted by: Christina Waldman | April 16, 2014 at 07:51 PM
Sounds like a great idea. I don't think it's right to pressure healthy persons into unproven interventions to protect those who have vulnerable immune systems. Honestly even a cold or virus for which there is no vaccine could be problematic for them and I feel strongly that there should be a higher burden of proof or standard of care in persons that are already healthy.
Posted by: Right to choose, especially medical interventions | April 16, 2014 at 06:52 PM
The health care system in this country is broken and as a result many individuals and especially our children are suffering from conditions that are preventable and treatable using natural methods. My hat's off to the members of Health Choices for not only recognizing the damage a medical system dominated by a corrupt pharmaceutical and vaccine industry has done, but also for creating a unified voice to fight these injustices.
Posted by: Maureen McDonnell,RN | April 16, 2014 at 06:16 PM