Medical treatment in Wyoming gone?

Submitted by Robin Berry
Posted 8/11/20

Dear Gov. Gordon:

Our president of the United States has blessed this country with medical privacy and the right to try.

As governor, you have no medical background (and I do not trust that of …

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Medical treatment in Wyoming gone?

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Dear Gov. Gordon:

Our president of the United States has blessed this country with medical privacy and the right to try.

As governor, you have no medical background (and I do not trust that of your appointee.) All prescriptions and medical treatments need to be between the patient and their choice of physician. You need to allow their private consult to be the ultimate decision for them.

By the edicts you have allowed in our state, you will drive people to unknown commodities and perhaps dark places to seek treatment since you have tied the hands of doctors to do their jobs. Remove these restrictions and allow the patients and their physicians to do what is best for them. You should not be condemning those who seek treatment to be sent home to die with no help.

That is what is occurring in our county because of your state “health” board threatening our doctors with losing their licenses. People who are ill are being sent home, not admitted to the hospital and their physicians are not able to prescribe any medication to help them. I personally know several who have fled the state to seek medical treatment

Is that what Wyoming had come to be? A third-world country? This is not Wyoming. This is not what we do in America. Tell your State Medical Board to stop threatening our medical community. In fact, at this point, disbanding it might be a great step in the right direction.

Robin Berry

Cody

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