Email Dr. Peter Selby

CAMH @2:10 Expert Advisors?? Dr. Peter Selby (Chief of Addictions CAMH); Deb Matthews (Former Minister of Health); Kathleen Wynne (Premier) and Dr. Eric Hoskins Minister of Health

Original video CAMH @49 minutes Betty Lou admits Naloxone can be ineffective rescue breaths ASAP their life depends on this or anyone with the hundreds of causes breathing emergency. Self evident truth
Dr. Peter Selby CBC Oct 16 ‘14  you slipped up quote ‘COMA’ proves heart is beating and needs air ASAP. My attachments were the CPR guidelines section toxic ingestions. SEE BELOW EMAIL DR. SELBY

234 health care providers signed a letter to Premier Wynne and Dr. Eric Hoskins. Ontario’s overdose protocol chest compression’s only?

70+++ references and comments from the North American Guidelines 2015

European Guidelines 2015 CORRECT Section 4. Cardiac arrest in special circumstances TOXINS p.165 RESCUE BREATHING

Signs of OD and proper treatment, rescue breathing any respiratory emergency. Continue rescue breathing until Naloxone takes affect and patient breaths adequately on their own.

You would think it brutal to withhold from the less capable [ANYONE] the air they need. The moment you begin discriminating against the less capable, you establish conditions that breed dissatisfaction and resentment: you invite envy, discord and strife.” Alexander Berkman “Life of an Anarchist’ p.282

Cost the taxpayer an untold fortune many left with permanent brain damage, lack of oxygen.
Share widely, stop needless suffering. Speak up stop making yourselves and everyone else victims.

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