[ibogaine] Ibogaine Patients' Bill of Rights

Ann B. Mullikin think at francomm.com
Tue Aug 3 11:48:53 EDT 2004

Howard, I would like to respond your Patient bill of rights
but I am confused about what you are wanting?  Is this a bill of
rights to put in place in case Ibogaine is ever a legal possibility?

think at francomm.com

> In a message dated 8/3/04 1:01:49 AM, sara119 at xs4all.nl writes:
> << When there is a Patients bill of rights, does that count for kids too
> it
> does then that means that Bush can't push his pills on people's kids.
> What makes us a mental case ?  are we exposed to Media thoughts control?
> First get the people to be paranoid and then  get them to be diagnose for
> mental illness.  evil can be very clever. And when the President is
> that  is a  good reason for everyone to be paranoid, medication helps,(he
> still showing a happy face).
> Why don't you try it too? It may help you to show a happy face too, deal
> with business as usual. >>
> I have friends who work in psychiatric patient advocacy and the big
> is that regardless of the nomal rights provided to most patients to refuse
> treatment, psychiatric patients can be forced under certain laws to take
> medications.
> It is all very frightening.
> That is why I thought it best to propose the Ibogaine Patients' Bill of
> Rights as early on as possible for the general protection of Ibogaine
> though it is not law.
> http://www.doraweiner.org/bill_of_rights.html
> Howard
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