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Judgment - treatment biase?

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    Posted: May 24 2020 at 10:42pm

https://time.com/5840148/coronavirus-cure-covid-organic-madagascar/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=editorial&utm_term=health_covid-19&linkId=89223352

"Many countries are trying out new treatments without clinical trials, he says, “so why is Madagascar being singled out? Because we are offering a traditional remedy instead of a conventional drug?”

Normally, I would roll my eyes at "all natural cures",  but, does he have a point? Of coarse, odds are this tea is completely useless, but so are other things that have been hyped as the "miracle pill." Does it do more harm to take their money and give people a false sense of security, and should time and money be spent on alternative medicines? 

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