Gambia: Truth or Fiction?

Do you remember the story of the doctor prohibited from practicing medicine because he dared to suggest doctors should “scrub” up prior to surgery?

Well, I’m not sure how all of this comes around.

Surely, I don’t want an individual man in Gambia telling HIV patients they must stop proven medicines that prolong life, to take a herbal/spice concontion his ancestors gave him in a dream……but suppose……….he was right?

We already know what would happen if he is wrong, our media and society specialize in the bad news, I wonder though, what would happen if he were right?

Do any of us really know?

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BY NO MEANS DO WE ADVOCATE ABANDONING TRADITIONAL MEDICINE, WE SIMPLY DO NOT BELIEVE, ANY ONE PERSON YET HAS THE ONLY ANSWER.

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2 thoughts on “Gambia: Truth or Fiction?

  1. It can and it may; still it does.

    I worry, if it is wrong, the fatal effect on those that are forced to take the medicine of choice, of faith, and give up the traditional, because, suppose it is not correct?

    Yet, I want to breath air into that which may be true, especially, here, where it could cure.

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