Do public health service systems have a duty to ensure that all cases of members of the public, presenting at the general practitioners as something for which no Scientific Method was ever done to try to understand and solve it, should not be allowed any treatment at all till that investigation has been properly carried out, the methodologies challenged, conferences and symposia held, and a scientific general consensus drawn up and published?
Would this approach limit or benefit some of the victims of body swapping, for which medical practitioners have thought to offer services that are life changing, before the phenomena were understood properly? What would be your view as a
1 An adult patient ?
2 A parent of a child patient?
3 An unbiased member of the public asked to contribute to the discussion. ?