- Dec 10, 2005
You're making no sense in this thread.Of course, it's really all an allegory about healthcare systems.
Look at this way, you take your car to a dealership to have something repaired. They say it's going to cost you $3,500.00 to solve your problems.
You then take it to "Pete's Garage", and he says "Yeah, I'll take care of the whole thing for $250.
That's the biggest difference, and the conundrum, between "traditional medicine" and "alternative medicine".
In a perfect world, no one would have to make that choice, but when was the last time you saw a perfect world?
And, should you really have to lose your child for making that choice?
To follow your weird analogy, Pete's Garage would take your $250 and you'd still have a broken car.