Why is HHS deleting Medical Guidelines used by researchers and physicians?

Presumably to save $1.2M to maintain the vast records

(or the cost of one illegitimate President to play golf at one of his own golf clubs) thedailybeast.com/hhs-plans-to-d…
I thought maybe it wasn’t true, it is. I googled it. guideline.gov
Are they being deleted because the guidelines support women’s health choices? #SaveTheGuidelines
Are they being deleted because Pharma companies want their own guidelines? #SaveTheGuidelines
Are they being deleted because they are pro- vaccine? #SaveTheGuidelines
Are they being deleted because they want political hacks to decide the standard of care for Medicaid recipients? #SaveTheGuidelines
Are they being deleted because they recognize PSTD as a serious health issue for veterans? #SaveTheGuidelines
Are they being deleted because Medicaid recipients can point to the guidelines for a standard of care? #SaveTheGuidelines
Are they being deleted to affect tort reform? Lawyers won’t have guidelines to suggest that your care was sub-standard. #SaveTheGuidelines
Are they being deleted to dissuade young people from becoming researchers? Who wants to spend their life working on scientific research to have the work deleted with a few keystrokes? #SaveTheGuidelines
Are they being deleted so your employers’ insurance company can deny your physician’s treatment recommendations without justification? #SaveTheGuidelines
Are they being deleted because the measly $1.2M was paid for with ACA fees? More Vindictive Games. #SaveTheGuidelines
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