Open Letter: The Truth About LGBTQQ Dangers

Jun 26, 2015 by

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

“Open Letter: The Truth About LGBTQQ Dangers”

 

To:  Kevin Tabb, MD
President and CEO, BIDMC

ktabb@bidmc.harvard.edu

Date:  6.22.15

From:  Donna Garner

I very much object to your expelling Dr. Paul Church from continuing to practice urology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC), a Harvard-affiliated hospital in Boston, because he told the medical facts about the dangers of LGBTQQ sexual activities.

By BIDMC’s assertively promoting the unhealthy LGBTQQ agenda, you are defying the medical oath that healthcare professionals are sworn to uphold.  

The CDC (Centers for Disease Control) has been gathering data on the dangers of LGBTQQ sexual activities for decades, and the longitudinal medical data shows clearly that STD’s are an “equal opportunity provider.”  STD’s do not follow multicultural, politically correct, social justice “rules.”  When people violate the natural processes of the body, those people (and others with whom they come in close contact) will pay the price; and society literally “pays the price” by having to foot the bill for their expensive medical treatments.

As a well-respected urologist, Dr. Paul Church understands the increasing dangers to our society of STD’s.  Homosexual and/or heterosexual oral and anal sex often turn out to be deadly practices because of the way the body is made, and condoms even when used consistently and correctly do not protect the body from many of the unnatural intrusions that the LGBTQQ community practices.

Dr. Church is a urologist who undoubtedly sees on a firsthand basis what the tearing of bodily membranes does to the patient and the results of multiple STD’s upon the patient’s quality of life.  How could any caring physician sit still and not try to keep the public from making the same mistakes?

Dr. Church is doing what the Affordable Care Act demands of all hospitals and healthcare professionals – preventive care!  He is trying to warn the American public about the high incidence of HIV/AIDS/STD’s, anal cancers, hepatitis, parasitic infections, and psychiatric disorders in those who choose to practice LGBTQQ sexual practices.   

To this very day, there is no independent, peer-reviewed, medically validated, replicated research to prove that people are born LGBTQQ.  They choose to involve themselves in dangerous LGBTQQ sexual practices. At the very least, they need to be warned by such people as Dr. Paul Church.

If we in the public cannot depend upon the medical community to warn us about activities that endanger our health, then who else will give us the facts?  

By expelling Dr. Paul Church for sharing the medical facts, BIDMC would be saying that the CDC data upon whom so many in the healthcare community depend is bogus and unimportant. Is that a responsible position for BIDMC to take?  

If BIDMC expels Dr. Church for being honest about the LGBTQQ medical data, then healthcare professionals all across America will fear losing their jobs if they tell their patients the truth?  How should that make us patients feel?  We will no longer be able to trust our doctors to tell us the truth if something falls under the politically incorrect mantra.

The following medical facts cannot be denied, and what BIDMC needs to do is to support Dr. Paul Church in his efforts to warn the American people about the dangers of choosing to involve themselves in LGBTQQ sexual activities.   

Released by the CDC on 11.7.14: 

Men-who-have-sex-with-men (MSM) make up approximately 2% of the population but account for 64% of all new cases of HIV. 

Young adults aged 20-24 account for 17% of all new HIV cases.

African Americans make up 13% of the population but account for 47% of all new HIV cases.

In 2012, among those diagnosed with HIV, 93% were homosexuals, bisexuals, injection drug users, and/or females who had had sex with HIV partners.

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11.7.14 – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Annual HIV Surveillance Report – 2012:  http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/pdf/statistics_2012_HIV_Surveillance_Report_vol_24.pdf

 

This report presents data from the National HIV Surveillance System on diagnoses of HIV infection during 2008-2012 and persons living with diagnosed HIV infection at the end of 2011 for all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and 6 territories…

 

However, as evidenced by this report and other previously released data, gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM); young adults; and racial and ethnic minorities continue to bear a disproportionate burden of HIV:

  

  • MSM represent approximately 2 percent of the U.S. population, but accounted for 64 percent of all new HIV diagnoses
  •  Young adults aged 20-24 had the highest annual diagnosis rate (36.3 per 100,000) and accounted for the largest percentage (17 percent) of all new HIV diagnoses
  •  African Americans comprise only 13 percent of the U.S. population yet accounted for 47 percent of all HIV diagnoses

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Excerpts from this CDC report:

 

Transmission Categories

 

Persons whose transmission category is classified as male-to-male sexual contact include men who have ever had sexual contact with other men (i.e., homosexual contact) and men who have ever had sexual contact with both men and women (i.e., bisexual contact). Persons whose transmission category is classified as heterosexual contact are persons who have ever had heterosexual contact with a person known to have, or to be at high risk for, HIV infection (e.g., an injection drug user) (p.15).

 

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Diagnoses of HIV Infection and Diagnoses of Infection Classified as Stage 3 (AIDS): Diagnoses of HIV infection

 

 

Transmission category: From 2008 through 2012, among adult and adolescent males, the annual number of diagnosed HIV infections attributed to male-to-male sexual contact increased (p.6).

 

 

In 2012, among adult and adolescent males and females, the diagnosed infections attributed to male-to-male sexual contact (67%, including male-to-male sexual contact and injection drug use) and those attributed to heterosexual contact (26%) accounted for approximately 93% of diagnosed HIV infections in the United States (p.7).

 

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Prevalence: Persons Living with Diagnosed HIV Infection and Persons Living with Infection Ever Classified as Stage 3 (AIDS)

 

Sex and transmission category: Among a total of 661,072 males (aged 13 years and older at yearend 2011) 68% of infections were attributed to male-to-male sexual contact, 13% to injection drug use, 11% to heterosexual contact, 7% to male-to-male sexual contact and injection drug use, and 1% to perinatal transmission. Among a total of 216,756 females (aged 13 years and older at year-end 2011), 73% of infections were attributed to heterosexual contact, 24% to injection drug use, and 2% to perinatal transmission. Among a total of 2,612 children aged less than 13 years at year-end 2011, 86% of infections were attributed to perinatal transmission (p. 9).

 

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6.21.15 – “Physician Expelled for Telling the Truth About Gay Behavior” — http://www.massresistance.org/docs/gen2/15b/DrChurch-BIDMC/index.html

 

 

Donna Garner

Wgarner1@hot.rr.com

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