I discovered the cure for dengue fever in 2007.
Of course, you don't believe that, do you?
But what one disbelieves is not necessarily the untruth.
In other words, it doesn't matter whether you believe it or not.
But the little girl who was cured and is going out of the hospital today does not give a damn whether you believe it or not. I told his father not to worry and that his child will be out in two days. And that exactly what happened.
I know you are skeptical.
And I don't blame you for being skeptical.
After all, the entire World Health Organization failed so far.
All the doctors in the world failed so far.
All the scientists in the world failed so far.
Therefore, the probability that I discovered the cure for dengue fever is practically zero.
But come to think of it. What is the cure for dengue? After you get it, there is no cure except blood transfusion. Isn't that a failure in medical and scientific research?
What makes it possible for me to discover and invent the cure for dengue fever when the entire planet failed?
Remember our favorite theme from a famous scientist: Seeing what everybody else has seen thinking what nobody else has thought.
I discovered the cure sometime in 2007. For almost three years now, I have given the cure to certain patients, usually those that are connected to me in certain ways.
So far, my success rate is 100% and the patient gets out of the hospital in two days. Even those already in the ICU waiting for transfusion.
Why haven't I published it?
First, I do not have money to fund a scientifically structured research. Scientists will never accept anecdotal evidence. And no organization will fund a research idea by a non-scientist or non-doctor. Would you?
Second, I am still fine tuning the mixture of mixture of ingredients to get maximum effect with minimal cost.
Third, I am not a doctor nor a biologist nor a pharmacist.
Fourth, I am waiting for more personally gathered evidence.
Fifth: I want to assure protection of the intellectual property. The creators of Viagra have their IP protection and even for the creators of minor over the counter medications. So many companies easily steal new ideas nowadays.
Finally, no one would believe me, and therefore no journal will publish my discovery.
Except those children whose lives I saved over the last three years.
And that child that is going out of the hospital on this very day, with his father thanking me so much for the cure.
I have discovered the cure for Dengue Fever in 2007, and I know you won't believe it.
And why would you believe me?
After all, I also discovered the world's fastest method to learn debit and credit with perfect accuracy in 1999.
After all, I discovered the cure for poverty -- Hyperwage Theory -- in 2005.
What does a person of my educational background and work experience knows about a medical mystery that nobody in this world has discovered yet -- the cure for Dengue Fever?
Nothing at all. I know nothing at all.
Except that, there is no law of nature that says that an ordinary human like me cannot discover a medical solution to one of the world's easiest to acquire diseases that is also one of the world's deadliest.
In other words, you will not believe me, but at the same time, it doesn't mean that your disbelief makes it impossible for me to discover the cure.
But when your child gets dengue fever, what can your doctor do? And who would you call?
Jan 10, 2010
Name, Age, Platelet Count At Time Cure is Administered, Date
Keanu Nadela, 13, 66, August 21
Visayan Comm girl
Vicente Sotto girl
Edwin taxi driver
7 February 2007
7 February 2007
What is dengue and how is it treated?
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A: Dengue is transmitted by the bite of an Aedes mosquito infected with any one of the four dengue viruses. Symptoms appear in 3–14 days (average 4–7 days) after the infective bite. Dengue fever is a severe, flu-like illness that affects infants, young children and adults. There is no specific treatment for dengue fever. Dengue haemorrhagic fever is a potentially lethal complication but early clinical diagnosis and careful clinical management by experienced physicians and nurses often save lives.
More than 70% of the disease burden is in South-East Asia and the Western Pacific area. Africa and the Eastern Mediterranean are much less affected. In Latin America and the Caribbean, the incidence and severity of disease are increasing rapidly. Increase in international air travel is facilitating the rapid global movement of dengue viruses. This increases the risk of dengue haemorrhagic fever epidemics by introducing new dengue viruses into susceptible populations.
Dengue/dengue haemorrhagic fever
Dengue - Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases