Mother of 7 Denied Kidney Transplant for Refusing Covid Jab

A mother of seven in Georgia has been denied a life-saving kidney transplant because isn’t vaccinated for Covid.

The woman, who is known only as Jane Doe to protect her privacy, was rejected as a candidate for a kidney transplant by Emory Healthcare Inc.

The decision was reached even though the mom is on dialysis and potentially facing death.

Doctors argued that the woman, who has already been infected with COVID-19 and has natural immunity, didn’t qualify for the transplant because of her vaccine status.

The woman had refused to receive the shots on religious and medical grounds.

According to Liberty Counsel (LC), a national nonprofit legal organization that’s representing Doe, she was referred to Atlanta-based Emory by her nephrologist after suddenly developing end-stage kidney disease.

Doe needs to undergo dialysis three times per week to keep her alive due to the seriousness of her condition.

Following an evaluation by one of the transplant center’s nurse practitioners, Doe was initially found to be an acceptable candidate for a new kidney.

She was considered acceptable at the time, even though she reported that she hadn’t been vaccinated against Covid.

Doe’s hopes were soon dashed, however.

After another consultation with Emory’s staffers, a social worker informed Doe that she couldn’t be added to the transplant program’s “active waiting list” until she took the vaccine.

According to a Liberty Counsel analysis, Emory Healthcare is one of 35 percent of the nation’s transplant centers that still require patients to be vaccinated for Covid.

These requirements are still in place, despite the fact that Democrat President Joe Biden declared on April 11 that the national emergency caused by the COVID-19 pandemic is officially over.

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On April 17, LC sent a letter to Emory Healthcare requesting that no later than April 30, Doe be granted religious and medical exemptions from its vaccine mandate.

The letter asked that Doe be reactivated and placed on the kidney transplant active waiting list.

The nine-page letter alleges that every available COVID-19 vaccine is associated with aborted “fetal cell lines.” It cites evidence from the public health departments of North Dakota and Louisiana as proof.

Doe, a devout Roman Catholic, is opposed to ingesting or being injected with such vaccines based on her religious beliefs.

The Liberty Counsel also informed Emory Healthcare that there were strong medical reasons for Doe’s refusal to get the vaccine.

The demand letter states that Doe had already recovered from a bout with COVID-19 and that her antibody numbers were actually stronger than those found in many people who were fully vaccinated for 90 days.

LC cited several published scientific peer-reviewed studies as evidence.

“Because of her (Doe’s) acquired natural immunity and documented SARS-CoV-2 antibodies and other factors, (Doe) respectfully requests that the Transplant Team and/or Committee permit her to obtain an exemption from the COVID-19 vaccinations because of the risks associated with vaccinating someone with such a high antibody count,” the letter reads.

In an April 20 statement, Liberty Counsel called the risk of blood clots, myocarditis, and other heart issues associated with the COVID-19 vaccines as one of the bases of Doe’s medical objections.

LC also stated the legal position that since there are no Food and Drug Administration-approved Covid shots available and all the current vaccines are under Emergency Use Authorization (EUA), Emory can’t lawfully condition providing a transplant upon a patient taking a vaccination.

Citing federal law, LC stated in its letter to Emory that all individuals to whom a EUA product is offered must be informed that they have a choice of whether to take it.

“The statutorily required Fact Sheets for each of the EUA COVID-19 vaccines acknowledge that individuals cannot be compelled to accept or receive the vaccine,” the letter reads.

“It is unconscionable to deny anyone a religious or medical accommodation from an experimental injection, especially someone who needs an organ transplant,” Liberty Counsel founder and Chairman Mat Staver said in the statement.

“Emory should be ashamed of its actions and reverse this unreasonable policy.

“Emory needs to do the right action immediately and allow this woman to receive the kidney she needs to save her life.”

Affiliated with Emory University, Emory Healthcare is one of the leading organ transplant centers in the South.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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