It is a basic tenet of good medical practice that all patients are treated not according to religion, race, skin colour or vaccination status but according to their needs.

When I was a medical student I was a member of an organisation called the Medical Association for the Prevention of War. At a conference I attended in Oxford, I remember being shocked to the core to discover that one doctor had observed that, in riots in an American city, hospitals had given precedence to the treatment of injured police officers to the detriment of seriously injured demonstrators.


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Source: Dr Vernon Coleman - MB ChB DSc Read the original article here: