Paul A. Church, M.D.

30 years of experience treating urology patients in the greater Boston area.

Boston hospitals and their administrations have now joined the politically correct crowd to promote and advance a politico-social movement, ignoring or denying the health risks and negative medical consequences that they should be exposing and cautioning the public to avoid. This is completely contradictory to the mission and higher calling of healthcare institutions that have been entrusted with promoting healhy lifestyles and protecting the public welfare. My conflicts with Boston hospitals are explained in "hospital disputes."

People often ask what they can do to support me or simply "fight back" against  the epitome of political correctness run amok. One way is to make your voice known to your local politicians and representatives, and elect ones who adhere to traditional values and morality. Another way is to avoid patronizing businesses, including hospitals, that have decided to put their corporate support behind this social movement. In my case, this includes Boston hospitals: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Faulkner Hospital, Beth Israel Deaconess Needham Hospital, and Saint Elizabeths Medical Center. A list of the physicians and administrators who actively censored me and subjected me to discipline for speaking the truth about unhealthy behaviors is provided below. Contact them.  Write or email them if you are upset by what is happening. During the BIDMC dispute 15,000 people from all 50 states and 47 foreign countries were willing to sign petitions supporting me and the views that we represent. Another way is to support the organizations that have stood along side of us in this battle: MassResistance, the Massachusetts Family Institute, the Catholic Medical Association, the Christian Medical and Dental Associations, and Liberty Counsel.

These people were key proponents (puppets) of the LGBT activists to silence and censor the truth about unhealthy sexual practices common to homosexual and bisexual lifestyles:

Kevin Tabb, MD, CEO BIDMC [email protected]

Margaret Duggan, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Faulkner Hospital  [email protected]

Elliot Chaikof, MD, Chief of Surgery, BIDMC [email protected]

John Fogarty, President & CEO BID Hospital-Needham, [email protected]

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