Indications that the treatment was effective in

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indications that the treatment was effective in Europe. Furthermore, there are steps they could have taken in order to make their implementation more acceptable in this situation such as,
having a tester group from one of the villages that was comprised of volunteers who would like to try a cure. Moreover, if no one wanted to take part in their experiment due to suspicions, they could have proved it to the villagers by drinking the treatment exposed water themselves, thus showing the people that they would not contract Cholera. 4. Is it ever appropriate to force a “cure” on a population? Remember that in North America many municipalities put fluoride in the water supply to prevent tooth decay. (Agnieszka)
5. What do you make of the validity of the results from this historical experiment? What conclusions can be drawn? Were the results scientifically reliable or should they be regarded as indicative or anecdotal? (Khadeeja)
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