Nursing Student Dismissed for Refusal to Lie about Vaccines Appeals Decision to Limit Damages

In April of 2015, we reported here at Health Impact News that nursing student Nichole Rolfe, formerly Nichole Bruff, was dismissed from her nursing program shortly before graduation after she allegedly refused to commit fraud by lying to patients in order to coerce vaccine compliance, as directed by her instructors. Nichole fought back with a lawsuit against Baker College. Baker College requested the case be dismissed, but Judge Joseph Farah denied the motion, and Nichole’s case went forward. Nichole has contacted Health Impact News with an update on her case, and explained that Judge Farrah accepted Baker College’s motion to cap damages at only $15,500.00. While this is at face value an admission of guilt for the way she was treated as a nursing student, it only covers Nichole’s actual fees for nursing school, and not her lost earnings for the past four years, as well as her costs to begin nursing school all over again.

Source: Health Impact News

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