Dengue Fever in the Philippines

Published: 17th November 2011
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Are our Doctors “barking up the wrong tree” in their efforts to get on top of the Dengue Fever outbreak in the Philippines?

Despite their best efforts, people (mostly children) are still dying, why? The best that the medical profession can come up with, after years of research, and millions of dollars spent on this research, is to merely comfort the patient with no guarantee of a cure. The bottom line is this: they still have no idea of how to successfully treat the problem.

Dengue Fever statistics for the Philippines during 2010: 120,000 contracted dengue with 724 deaths. The numbers are increasing every year.

Where do we go from here? Dengue Fever is taking a crippling toll on the country; it’s robbing you of your young children. If you cannot depend on the medical profession to save these lives, what is the alternative?

It appears that modern medical doctors are incapable of thinking outside the box, or is it that the FDA (Federal Drug Administration), the AMA (American medical Association) and the big Drug Cartels will not allow them to think outside the box?

Obviously, the answer does not exist within that box, that box being the sum total of the knowledge published in their medical journals, limited as it is, plus their medicine bag with all its potions and poisons that those Drug Cartels force them to use.

Treatment options available today

At the present time the medical profession can offer no specific treatment for Dengue Fever. The Medical Establishment clearly admits: “No specific therapeutic agents exist for dengue infections."
For Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF), the more serious form, medical care by physicians and nurses experienced with the effects and progression of the complicating hemorrhagic fever can frequently save lives, but with the present treatment options available, overburdened medical facilities cannot give the level of care needed to all patients- some will die through lack of care.

Dengue Hemorrhagic fever (DHF) is a more severe form, in which bleeding and sometimes shock occurs – leading to death. It is most serious in children. Symptoms of bleeding usually occur after 3-5 days of fever.

DHF was first recognized during the dengue epidemics in the Philippines and Thailand in 1950. By 1970, nine countries had experienced epidemic DHF, and now the number has increased more than fourfold and continues to rise. Today emerging DHF cases are causing increased dengue epidemics in Asia, where all four dengue viruses are endemic; DHF has become a leading cause of hospitalization and death among children in several Asian countries.

Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever is, in fact, a regression to “Sub clinical Scurvy”

There is a medical condition that some well-known researchers claim dengue to be linked to that is very treatable if approached in the correct manner. That condition is called “Sub clinical Scurvy." Cure the underlying condition and you clear up the original complaint: in this case Dengue Fever. It is the “Sub clinical Scurvy” that kills.
The medical profession believes that they are on top of scurvy, but statistics indicate otherwise.

Basic scurvy was beaten way back in the eighteenth century by a British Naval Surgeon. But Sub clinical Scurvy is a different matter. By the way, ‘Sub clinical Scurvy” is not a disease recognized by our modern medical profession, so they offer no treatment options. To them, it simply does not exist.

But just say that it really does exist, that Sub clinical Scurvy really is a medical condition, what then?

That opens up a whole new ball game. What medical conditions could be linked to “Sub clinical Scurvy?" How about Cardiovascular disease for one, maybe even Cronin’s disease, also diseases such as “Bird and Swine Flu," Ebola, Marburg, Lassa fever and “Dengue Fever” the list goes on.

All of the above mentioned conditions come under what is termed “Hemorrhagic Fever” Hemorrhagic Fever is, for all intents and purposes simply “Sub clinical Scurvy” and how to treat “Sub clinical Scurvy, Simple! “Bomb the System with Massive Doses of Vitamin C” Administer very large doses of Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) directly into the blood system (Intravenously). Remissions can be “Miraculous."
The “Spanish Flu” of 1918 that reputedly killed many millions of people regressed to Sub clinical Scurvy, a treatable condition if approached correctly. The few people who took large doses of Vitamin C back then survived those that did not, perished.

Now these are well-known facts. Some very famous medical researchers spent many years studying the effect of large doses of Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) on Scurvy.
Vitamin C in large doses has been shown to cure, reverse and or prevent many infectious diseases considered to be incurable and largely untreatable by the medical establishment. Many viral infectious diseases have been cured and continue to be cured by the proper administration of vitamin C. Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) is one such viral infectious disease.

Some of these famous people are:
Robert F. Cathcart 111, M.D.
Linus C. Pauling. (Won the Nobel Prize twice)
Matthias Rath (worked with Pauling)
Dr Irwin Stone (original discoverer of the Vitamin C effect on these diseases.)

These people are very well-known medical researchers whose work has been ignored by the medical profession. Why? Because the treatments they recommend will not earn money for the Doctors or the Drug Cartels which support them. To satisfy yourself on what I say: Simply type into “Google” the above names one by one followed by: +Ascorbic Acid and Scurvy.

Where do you go from here? The first thing is to talk to your “Doctor, in fact, lean heavily on your Doctor. I know that some Filipinos do not like to rock the boat: to complain. In this instance, you have no other option. Your children are dying because an incompetent medical profession is ignoring workable alternatives. Speak up, and demand your rights. If you want your child to receive Vitamin C in large doses, ask for it. Vitamin C is not a drug that could be harmful to your child. It only benefits, so demand its use.
Mervyn Penny

Mervyn Penny is a Medical Researcher and Author with articles featured on numerous Websites. He is a retired expatriate Australian living in Dipolog City, Mindanao. He is also the Webmaster of a website dedicated to the health issues faced by the aged and those approaching old age. URL:

Please note! I do not give medical recommendations. I have no qualifications to dispense medical advice, I am a medical researcher. I merely research the work of qualified professional people and present their research/findings for your perusal/appraisal, simply put: You read, you evaluate, you use as you see fit, it is your choice completely.

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