Identify - Fix - Prevent

Born out of tragedy, IF Prevent helps fight global injustice to stir social and political change

In a world where corruption and mistreatment run rampant, many times it falls on the whilstleblowers to help promote real change. IF Prevent is a website that is determined to illustrate the sources and players involved in much of the world’s injustice and expose the ranpant nature of interal corruption. More importantly, IF Prevent wants to help make reoccuring problems apparent to the world, so that real steps can be taken to prevent them in the future. Only by acting together, can we make a difference.

In a world where corruption and mistreatment run rampant, many times it falls on the whilstleblowers to help promote real change.

IF Prevent was formed by Dr. Kimball Ladien in honor of his late wife Sylvia Doucette-Ladienand the important legacy she left behind in the wake of her wrongful death.

For the last two years Dr. Ladien has admanetly and ferociously worked to bring the unjust and criminal nature of Sylvia’s death to light and in the process has formed a court case ready for wide spread attention.

Sylvia’s death was the result of gross criminal negligence, medical malpractice and other actions that led to her condition ultimately worsening and becoming fatal. In the process Dr. Ladien was harassed, denied his legal rights and evntually discharged from his medical position, to protect hospital staff from the repercussions of their actions.

Dr. Ladien has been hard at work preparing evidence and information for his upcoming trial and prays that justice will be served in this tragic case. In memory of Sylvia, IF Prevent acknowledges that this type of injustice happens every day, in every state, in every country and that without individuals standing up for what’s right, it will continue to happen. The time to stand up for what is right is now. Make a difference today and contribute to IF Prevent, or donate to the cause and help Dr. Ladien win his battle against the forces of injustice.

 

Click here to read Sylvia’s full story and her case documentation