Technology is no panacea.
“Crowdfunding is not a panacea for cuts in legal aid.
But none of the organisations see the loans as a panacea.
First, that centralisation is no panacea, as history shows.
"The Fed's actions are not a panacea — at least as currently advertised," Mish said.
"Mask use is by no means a panacea, and needs to be done in combination with other measures.
While repurposed drugs can be tested now, they aren't expected to be anything close to a panacea for the virus.
Central banks have been heralded as a panacea for markets in distress, ready to swoop in at the first sign of trouble in an economy.
Building is not the panacea for the economic development challenges of remote Indigenous regions – it cannot employ every job seeker.
As the hype around tDCS grows, some neuroscientists are starting to question whether the technology really is the panacea it appears to be.
No longer the panacea it promised to be, it has left behind a trail of debt among the world’s poorest people, while creating huge profits for organisations.
“It won’t be a panacea, given ferocious competition from supermarkets, but it may well help publicans and their customers in many small towns and villages.”
The seventeenth-century British chemist Robert Boyle, who formulated the fundamental law governing the behavior of gases, also looked to alchemy to extract the “spirit of blood” as a panacea.
Few of those who initially supported the annexation have any desire to reverse the move, but there is a widespread admittance that Russian rule has not been quite the panacea for the country’s ills that had been expected.
Singapore released a similar app called TraceTogether in late March which functions using Bluetooth — although the app's product lead Jason Bay published a blog post on Saturday warning that automated contact tracing apps should not be viewed as a "panacea."
Social care reform has proved enormously difficult and there is attraction in the apparent panacea of a simple concept, mirroring the National Health Service, which could offer comprehensive, high-quality, person-centred services that meet needs and enhance lives.
Inside the Health and Human Services Department, Mr Azar -- who reportedly frustrated White House officials, including Mr Trump, during the early stages of the outbreak -- and other political appointees talked about the malaria drug “as a panacea,” Mr Bright contends.
Argentina's decision to devalue the peso amid economic and political crisis in January 2002, a decade after it adopted a currency board, showed that adopting a currency board is neither a panacea nor a guarantee that an exchange rate backed by one will remain fixed come what may.
Bright claims he was specifically sidelined because he "limited the broad use of chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine, promoted by the Administration as a panacea, but which clearly lack scientific merit" and "resisted efforts to provide an unproven drug on demand to the American public."
"Specifically, and contrary to misguided directives, I limited the broad use of chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine, promoted by the administration as a panacea, but which clearly lack scientific merit," Bright wrote in a statement to New York Times White House Correspondent Maggie Haberman.
- hypothetical remedy for all ills or diseases; once sought by the alchemists
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