The WHO's topic on human dignity falls on deaf ears as the United States becomes a irrational dictatorship

The world bodys for human rights, World Health Organization, Human Rights Watch and The United Nations say human suffering due to lack of pain relief is an affront to human dignity. Every effort must be made to remedy this situation. “the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health, ” to make essential medicines accessible.
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The WHO's topic on human dignity falls on deaf ears as the United States becomes a irrational dictatorship

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The WHO's topic on human dignity falls on deaf ears as the United States becomes a irrational dictatorship bent on causing human suffering to its own population.
  • The human suffering due to lack of pain relief is an
    affront to human dignity. Every effort must be made
    to remedy this situation. WHO, through its ACMP,
    will support governments in the realization of their
    obligation under the right to “the enjoyment of the
    highest attainable standard of health, ” to make
    essential medicines accessible.
https://www.wcl.american.edu/index.cfm? ... 71D50AAE18

WHO welcomes collaboration with others in this
important endeavor.

Because access to controlled medicines is wider
than access to opioid analgesics only, the program
will include all medicines controlled under the drug
conventions listed on the WHO Model List of Essential
Medicines. These include the medicines and medicine
classes of opioid analgesics, opioids for substitution
therapy of opioid dependence, ephedrine and
ergometrine, benzodiazepines, and phenobarbital.
These medicines are used in many areas of medicine,
including oncology, palliative care (for cancer, HIV
patients, and others), anesthesiology, surgery, trauma,
treatment of dependence, neurology, obstetrics, psychiatry,
and general medicine. Basically, the obstacles
to address are the same for all these areas of medicine
and therefore, the program will cooperate with all
these medical specializations and with many others
involved, including patients, pharmacists, and nurse
associations.

Another important development came in 2005,
when the World Health Assembly, the highest governing
body of the WHO, adopted a resolution asking
WHO and the International Narcotics Control Board
(INCB) to help countries to improve access to opioid
analgesics.11 A similar call was made by the Economic
and Social Council.12 In response, WHO developed
the Access to Controlled Medications Program (ACMP) in
consultation with the INCB.13 With INCB, WHO agreed
that WHO will operate the program solely

NIH on rights to pain relief:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2823656/

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