laserklinikken. com lawyer expenses

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Raised by 21 people in 40 months

A ban on referring to lasermedical scientific studies and write what conditions we are treating is not helpfull for the people. 

We are one of the longest living medical laser clinc, that started to treat medical issues in Norway 1979. Anne Harila have been treating with LLLT (low level laser terapy since 1973). And since the 1980`s we have been fighting the norwegian Consumer Ombudsman about advertising. This time they treating us with a fine that will cost 50 000 €. And for this we need lawyer help, to take it in the norwegian  legal system.

The case is this:

Anne Harila is denied to tell  what we are treating, and referring to scientific research that proves LLLT (low level laser terapy) has documented effect on our web page www.laserklinikken.no  by the Norwegian Consumer Ombudsman .
Therefore we have been forced many times to close down the norwegian web page for Laserklinikken Anne Harila.

Also the facebook page with more than 260 000 likes had to be blocked  to avoid that the norwegian population can read what lasertreatments can be helpfull for. 

Anne Harila and her staff have been forbidden TO ANSWER INQUIRIES FROM PEOPLE.
If we get a question, for example. Facebook or other media, then it is PROHIBITED for us to respond.
What law is this that we can not provide answers to what people are asking about?

This is discrimination by the Norwegian Consumer Ombudsman, because it is 103 other clinics in Norway writing the same on their web pages and  we are the only one who get big punishment to write what kind of conditions we are treating,  we need lawyer help and for the lawyer help we need money.

The clinic in Norway are not allowed to tell that we are treating tinnitus, back pain, fibromyalgia,  neck pain, migraine or other headaches, tennis elbow, etc..

Coercive fines was adopted on 14 October 2015, but already in mid-September contacted the Consumer Authorities  media and assured the reporter that it was already resolved. Thus could the journalist, on 21 September 2015, publish a conscious customized the article with erroneous content and thus could serve the Consumer Authorities their own  process.

They  has used the media actively to threaten and push Laserklinikken and Anne Harila to discontinue marketing and - consequently - operation, without there being grounds for it.

The methods this government agency uses against a law-abiding business - as the Consumer Authorities received media to mention as lawless, cf. fritankes online article of February 25, 2013 - comparable to the methods heavy hard criminal organizations uses to push forward a desired result.

Anne Harila was informed that she was forbidden
to make references to scientific papers or give the scientific documents, evidence to the cord in the field of laser therapy.

The Consumer Authorities wrote in their documents that approved research documents are not relevant
 and Anne Harila is forbidden to use universities approved scientific in the  defend. This means that she is forbidden to defend herself.

Referencing true and scientific research is not misleading.
A ban on referring to scientific studies, or other research results would violate freedom of speech, and deny important information to the public.

PEOPLE MUST GET ACCESS TO RESEARCH RESULTS: I believe in the power of the Internet to promote innovation, research and education. I demand that the published results of research shall be published on the internet in human and machine-readable form, because it would provide access to patients and caregivers, students and their teachers, researchers, entrepreneurs and not least the taxpayers who paid for the research. Expanded access would speed the research process and stimulates more scientific research. One should not be impeded; nay punished by the authorities to demonstrate true research and simultaneously depriving people's right to read themselves and orient themselves.

 Every donation is welcome!  Kindly regards from Petter Harila Westerby, Lasertherapist


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Det handler om DIN og MIN rett til å bli informert om dokumentert vitenskap som evt. kan hjelpe dersom VI måtte få behov for slik dokumentert behandling.
Det handler om informasjonsplikten man har i sin yrkesutøvelse.

Klinikken behøver nå donasjoner for rettslig å bringe dette i orden.
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Anne Harila
18 months ago

Dear Ken Robin Borknes. In fact the scientific documents has been followed all the scientific methods. But Norway is quite successful in this area LLLT or if you want to call it laser phototheray. Many well made studies are done and at least 5 people have taken PhD on LLLT treatments which is the same treatments I have done in 43 years now. The Norwegian and Swedish Medical Products Agency conducted a therapy workshop for painful arthrosis in the knees. Low-Level Laser got evidensgrad 1a, which is the best, better than pain killers. It was many other treatments which was with in this examination.

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Ken Robin Borknes
18 months ago

Can you point to any evidence about this ban? I cannot see how they would be able to "ban" the transparency on research results and evidence. That sounds extremely strange to me. And even if they could, why would they? Do you have any documents to put forth?

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RM
Rhonda Mitchell
38 months ago

Wow...How interesting! I spent a little time in Norway back in 2007. I want to help out, but just need to wait until payday. I know it's a tough uphill struggle with these campaigns - My friend Teddy is doing one for his grandma and it's been a hard climb. But I am certain that there are still those out there with enough compassion to help everyone. God Bless!!

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Anne Harila
38 months ago

PEOPLE MUST GET ACCESS TO RESEARCH RESULTS: I believe in the power of the Internet to promote innovation, research and education. I demand that the published results of research shall be published on the internet in human and machine-readable form, because it would provide access to patients and caregivers, students and their teachers, researchers, entrepreneurs and not least the taxpayers who paid for the research. Expanded access would speed the research process and stimulates more scientific research. One should not be impeded; nay punished by the authorities to demonstrate true research and simultaneously depriving people's right to read themselves and orient themselves.

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Anne Harila
39 months ago

FOLK MÅ FÅ TILGANG TIL FORSKNINGSRESULTATER: Jeg tror på kraften av Internett for å fremme innovasjon, forskning og utdanning. Jeg krever at de publiserte resultatene av forskning skal legges ut på internett i menneskelige og maskinlesbar form, fordi det ville gi tilgang til pasienter og omsorgspersoner, studenter og deres lærere, forskere, gründere og ikke minst skattebetalere som har betalt for forskningen. Utvidet tilgang ville sette fart i forskningsprosessen og stimulerere til mer vitenskapelig forskning. Man skal ikke hindres og attpåtil straffes av myndighetene for å vise til sann forskning- og samtidig frata folks rett til å lese selv og orientere seg.

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AL
Aina Viola Larsen
40 months ago

Aina Viola Larsen vær med, å bidra du også, å gi en pengave til, Anne som kjemper mot helsemyndighetene her i Norge. Hun gjør alt, å hjelpe sine pasienter slik at di får en bedre livskvalitet, Det det er masse tusen mennesker i årens løp hun har hjulpet. Det er takken hun får tilbake fra fedrelandet sitt, og bli herset med å diskriminert også.

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Created December 30, 2014
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Anne Harila
18 months ago

Dear Ken Robin Borknes. In fact the scientific documents has been followed all the scientific methods. But Norway is quite successful in this area LLLT or if you want to call it laser phototheray. Many well made studies are done and at least 5 people have taken PhD on LLLT treatments which is the same treatments I have done in 43 years now. The Norwegian and Swedish Medical Products Agency conducted a therapy workshop for painful arthrosis in the knees. Low-Level Laser got evidensgrad 1a, which is the best, better than pain killers. It was many other treatments which was with in this examination.

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Ken Robin Borknes
18 months ago

Can you point to any evidence about this ban? I cannot see how they would be able to "ban" the transparency on research results and evidence. That sounds extremely strange to me. And even if they could, why would they? Do you have any documents to put forth?

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RM
Rhonda Mitchell
38 months ago

Wow...How interesting! I spent a little time in Norway back in 2007. I want to help out, but just need to wait until payday. I know it's a tough uphill struggle with these campaigns - My friend Teddy is doing one for his grandma and it's been a hard climb. But I am certain that there are still those out there with enough compassion to help everyone. God Bless!!

+ Read More
Anne Harila
38 months ago

PEOPLE MUST GET ACCESS TO RESEARCH RESULTS: I believe in the power of the Internet to promote innovation, research and education. I demand that the published results of research shall be published on the internet in human and machine-readable form, because it would provide access to patients and caregivers, students and their teachers, researchers, entrepreneurs and not least the taxpayers who paid for the research. Expanded access would speed the research process and stimulates more scientific research. One should not be impeded; nay punished by the authorities to demonstrate true research and simultaneously depriving people's right to read themselves and orient themselves.

+ Read More
Anne Harila
39 months ago

FOLK MÅ FÅ TILGANG TIL FORSKNINGSRESULTATER: Jeg tror på kraften av Internett for å fremme innovasjon, forskning og utdanning. Jeg krever at de publiserte resultatene av forskning skal legges ut på internett i menneskelige og maskinlesbar form, fordi det ville gi tilgang til pasienter og omsorgspersoner, studenter og deres lærere, forskere, gründere og ikke minst skattebetalere som har betalt for forskningen. Utvidet tilgang ville sette fart i forskningsprosessen og stimulerere til mer vitenskapelig forskning. Man skal ikke hindres og attpåtil straffes av myndighetene for å vise til sann forskning- og samtidig frata folks rett til å lese selv og orientere seg.

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AL
Aina Viola Larsen
40 months ago

Aina Viola Larsen vær med, å bidra du også, å gi en pengave til, Anne som kjemper mot helsemyndighetene her i Norge. Hun gjør alt, å hjelpe sine pasienter slik at di får en bedre livskvalitet, Det det er masse tusen mennesker i årens løp hun har hjulpet. Det er takken hun får tilbake fra fedrelandet sitt, og bli herset med å diskriminert også.

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