To the Families who Have Received a Medical Exemption from Dr. Stoller, Please Take a Breath

To the Families who Have Received a Medical Exemption from Dr. Stoller, Please Take a Breath

I have been told that my update on my GoFundMe Campaign has caused some consternation amongst Dr. Stoller’s patient families and families who have exemptions from other physicians. That wasn’t the intention, so please take a breath.

1. For Dr. Stoller’s patient families, all I’m asking is to contact attorney Greg Glaser, gregoryjglaser@gmail.com
whom I’ve asked to receive information from you all about how you feel about having your medical records turned over to the City Attorney, and otherwise to protect your interests. I need this information because the records belong to you, not Dr. Stoller. He is permitted under California law to assert your rights on your behalf since he maintains possession of your records. But again, they are your records.

We won’t be releasing any information to the City Attorney’s office in the near future, as I think there will be a lengthy process before there will be any resolution. We will keep you informed.

At some point, there might be an opportunity to address the media, in some protected fashion, meaning without revealing your identity. Tell Greg if that is something you would consider. And if we end up going to court, we may need a few declaations(with no public disclosure of your indentity.

2. For families who have received medical exemptions from other physicians: Your records are not in any danger at this point in time. I haven’t heard of any other city seeking vaccine information from other vaccine exemption writing physicians. My hope is that if the San Francisco matter can be favorably resolved either quietly, or through the courts, this government tactic will not be repeated.

In short, there’s no need for anyone to be in a panic now.

Rick Jaffe, Esq.
rickjaffeesquire@gmail.com

3 thoughts on “To the Families who Have Received a Medical Exemption from Dr. Stoller, Please Take a Breath

  1. If our records belong to us and not Dr. Stoller, can I request Dr. Stoller to release my records to me and therefor he will no longer have them to turn over if it comes to that?

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