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Yes, you can only hypothesis.
When you go away and do your treatment, and then had three months eating whatever you want, and had no symptoms, then I would accept that as a cure.
Since you haven’t done that, we can’t consider this a cure.
I understand that you’re not on chloroquine now, and you still have flareups, so I’m not sure we will find out it’s a cure, unless someone else tries it in a proper protocol supported with diflucan, natural antifungals and probiotics. And possibly a fecal implant and eating a wide range of lightly rinsed raw garden vegetables to close out.
google fecal implant.
What you said i about people preferring to risk malaria over taking chloroquine, well if you rephrased this question to them, you can either have chloroquine or you can have malaria, which do you want? I’m sure most would choose chloroquine. The scenario you’re talking about is a choice between chloroquine and a chance of getting malaria.
In our case, we have candida, if this is a cure, the question is, do you want candida, or a chance of suffering side effects of chloroquine, and I’m sure if people knew this was the path to a cure, most would choose the chance of side effects over being stuck with candida.