Some Idiots Flew to Liberia to 'Cure' Ebola Patients with Homeopathy
Dr Richard Hiltner is a really nice guy. He's in his sixties (but seems younger, in that way that Californians often do) and has a very West Coast way of making everything sound super positive all the time, up to and including the fact that, a few weeks ago, he and three other practitioners flew to Liberia to try and treat Ebola patients using homeopathy.
Hiltner says, "We landed in Monrovia on the 17th of October, then had to spend three days training to use the PPEs – the personal protective equipment, those big suits you see everyone wearing – before heading up to the hospital in Ganta."
It was only when they got to Ganta, a province hit hard by the Ebola epidemic, that problems arose.
The team suited up, broke out their homeopathic treatments and tried to get to work on some patients. At which point the medical staff and administrators at the Ganta Hospital realised what it was they were attempting, before completely banning them from the ETU (Ebola Treatment Unit).
Post by Mr. Jon Donnis on Nov 27, 2014 23:46:48 GMT
I read this the other day, What should have happened is that the idiot homeopaths should have been forced to being exposed to ebola, then put in quarentine, then if they didn't develop symptoms they could be allowed to use their sugar pills!
A bad ass who will beat you like he's using the fists of god.