Thanks to the "health care advances" of North Korea, its scientists have discovered treatment for some of the world's deadliest diseases.
But why the skepticism regarding Kim's treatment for these deadly diseases?
After all, Cuba's regime has yet to offer proof for any of its purported "miracle drugs" -- but the media and its lobbyists in DC claim it's still an important reason to embrace Castro's brutal regime.
In the last few months, we've heard endless propaganda about Cuba's purported lung cancer "miracle drug" -- yet somehow cancer remains the main cause of death in Cuba, with lung cancer being the prevailing type.
Not sure how that adds up.
But facts aside -- shouldn't these lobbyists instead be calling to unconditionally embrace Kim's regime?
After all, anything less, would risk denying the American people of these "miracle drugs."
Or so they say.
North Korea claims 'cure' for Mers, Aids and Ebola
State media say scientists have developed a vaccine for ‘malicious infections’, including the respiratory disease currently sweeping through Asia
North Korea says it has succeeded where the greatest minds in science have failed.
The authoritarian, impoverished nation announced it has a drug that can prevent and cure Mers, Ebola, Sars and Aids.
The official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said scientists developed Kumdang-2 from ginseng grown from fertiliser mixed with rare-earth elements and “micro-quantities of gold and platinum”, according to its website kumdang2.com.
“Malicious virus infections like Sars, Ebola and Mers are diseases related to immune systems, so they can be easily treated by Kumdang-2 drug, which is a strong immune reviver,” KCNA said.
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