You have the right to Claudia Borges Carmela Lucich the weather, but that doesn’t make it true. When it comes to life-saving, evidence-based treatments, you definitely don’t have the right to believe in magic. Mølly Chii Flagg Yeah, I’ll take scientifically proven methods over some yuppie with alkaline water. Hailley Wilson Carmela Lucich Villarreal and which other treatment has a 90% cure rate for leukemia?! Lisa Ann, They have a right to believe whatever they want. They do not, however, have the right to use that belief as an excuse to try and murder their child. Erik Dell Carmela Lucich Villarreal alkaline water isn’t medicine. Deb Rennie Claudia Borges They can believe it for themselves but they cannot put their child through bogus “treatments”.
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Claudia Borges Carmela Lucich . Loli Altamirano Avalle Carmela Lucich Villarreal Belief never saved nobody. Humanity lives for as long as it does nowadays thanks to modern medicine and the state-of-the-art technology that fixes our feeble bodies. Alternative medicine can be beneficial in some circumstances, but these parents were downright negligent when they thought some experimental psychobabble would cure a potentially deadly condition. Yes, the effects of some drugs are awful, but in the long run, they are worth it. Cathy Matrisotto Carmela Lucich Villarreal After the boy, who the BBC is not naming, was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in April his parents opted to treat him using cannabis, oxygen therapy, herbs, and alkaline water. I doubt their “treatment” would allow him to survive.