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Nino M. Camardese

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Employment History

President

Americanism Foundation


Affiliations

Hacienda Publishing , Inc.

Board Member


Medical Sentinel

Member of the Editorial Board


Association of American Physicians and Surgeons

Board Member


Education

M.D.


Web References(31 Total References)


News Capsules (May/June 1998) | Hacienda Publishing

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Nino M. Camardese, M.D., President of the Freedom in Medicine Foundation, has begun a campaign of public education regarding the necessity to preserve the confidentiality of medical records.
Toward this end, he has embarked on a petition drive using doctors and their patients. Signed petitions are to be sent to all legislators. "If I have sufficient support from your contributions, my plan is to send a copy of this petition to as many county medical societies as possible throughout the U.S. and suggest that the counties take action by sending a copy of it to their physician members who in turn would do what we are doing in Huron County. Your help is invaluable and indispensable. For more information, contact Dr. Camardese at Freedom in Medicine Foundation, Norwalk, OH, 44857. (419) 668-8282.


freedom in medicine | Hacienda Publishing

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For the past 14 months, Nino M. Camardese, MD, Founder and President of the Freedom in Medicine Foundation, has taken time from his busy private family practice in Norwalk, Ohio to broadcast a weekly radio program on the American Freedom Radio Network.
Nino M. Camardese, MD


News Capsules (May/June 1998) | Hacienda Publishing

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Nino M. Camardese, M.D., President of the Freedom in Medicine Foundation, has begun a campaign of public education regarding the necessity to preserve the confidentiality of medical records.
Toward this end, he has embarked on a petition drive using doctors and their patients. Signed petitions are to be sent to all legislators. "If I have sufficient support from your contributions, my plan is to send a copy of this petition to as many county medical societies as possible throughout the U.S. and suggest that the counties take action by sending a copy of it to their physician members who in turn would do what we are doing in Huron County. Your help is invaluable and indispensable. For more information, contact Dr. Camardese at Freedom in Medicine Foundation, Norwalk, OH, 44857. (419) 668-8282.


AAPS | Hacienda Publishing

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For the past 14 months, Nino M. Camardese, MD, Founder and President of the Freedom in Medicine Foundation, has taken time from his busy private family practice in Norwalk, Ohio to broadcast a weekly radio program on the American Freedom Radio Network.


News Capsules (September/October 1999) | Hacienda Publishing

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Kudos to Dr. Camardese
Dr. Nino Camardese of Norwalk, Ohio was honored to be a guest speaker at the 27th annual national convention of the American Academy of Physician Assistants which took place in Atlanta, Georgia, May 29-June 3, 1999. Approximately 6,500 attendees registered at the convention. Dr. Camardese lectured about today's state of medicine and protested the violation of many Constitutional safeguards contained not only in the Bill of Rights but also in the Medicare law Sections 1801, 1802, and 1803. Bravo, Dr. Camardese!


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