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Russia Violated Jehovah’S Witnesses Rights By Disclosing Medical Records - Echr

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STRASBOURG, June 6 (RAPSI, Ingrid Burke) - The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) held Thursday that the rights of two Jehovah’s Witnesses in Russia had been violated when their medical records were disclosed to prosecution authorities as a consequence of their refusal to accept blood transfusions.

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I wonder why this is happening when there is more evidence now than ever before that bloodless surgery is in the best interest of the patient, all patients, not just Jehovah's Witnesses. It has been documented from several hospitals from thousands of participants that bloodless medical treatment means less infections, better recovery time, no human error in blood typing and no rejection from the body having a foreign substance put into it. And also less expense for the hospitals involved. 

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