Advocacy project objective 1: Prove New Zealand surgeons are lying incessantly to patients about the requirement for laparoscopic cholecystectomy surgery, side effect complication risks and treatment options available for the treatment of gallstones and gallbladder problems. As a result these surgeons are brutally harming patients and even  blocking post-treatment support care in order to maintain the deception presented

When reviewing these consent forms in context with patients’ legal rights and evidence-based medical opinion, it is glaringly obvious that the true intention of patient information documentation is to obtain consent by deception, misrepresentation and a deliberate concealment of the facts. Information documentation fails to consider all side effect risks and alternative non-surgical treatment options. Surgeons have an overwhelming preference to choose the surgical option resulting in their financial gain. This is fraud by means of false representation, and is also a criminal offence under the Crimes Act 1961, Section 240.

This patient information documentation can be used in a court of law as evidence:

New Zealand Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy surgeons, DHB’s (as their employers), and some doctors who are under the direct protection of the HDC (having signed the consent practices of New Zealand surgeons) are committing unlawful criminal offences on patients, including:

  • Negligence causing injury;
  • Assault and battery for touching a person without the patient providing full consent;
  • Obtaining consent dishonestly through coercion and misusing their position of trust.

Background: (See 100K reward and 1700 testimonies)

FAKE –Informed consent documentation presented by nearly every District Health board including signed off by the Health and Disability Commissioner

“Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) Brochure of Laparoscopic Gallbladder Surgery”. Nowhere in this document is there ANY alternative treatment options or side effects affecting quality of life considered presented as legally and ethically required.

Coming soon, more feedback on Auckland DHB consent forms

Bay of Plenty DHB consent forms obtained by GP’s

Coming soon, more feedback on Waikato DHB consent forms