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Dr Shankara Chetty - Port Edward, South Africa
Medical Doctor and Biological Scientist with over 30 years experience in Rural and Remote Primary Care
All proceeds go to furthering the understanding of curing patients with covid-19 and towards helping underprivileged patients gain access. Supervised by MAAFIM
This is exactly what will be covered in this course
Session 1: Introduction to the 8th Day Phenomenon
In this video you will understand the background to this discovery and the scientific rationale.
Session 2: Panel Discussion with Prof GR Letchaman
Dive deeper into the clinical considerations and investigations with expert discussion from Prof Letchaman, Internal Medicine Specialist.
Session 3: Q+A
Attended by over 100+ doctors from Malaysia, India, Indonesia
Been through the course and started implementing straight away.
[Unedited] I have used the Dr Sankara Chetty's type 1 hypersensitivity Pathogenesis to successfully treat 3 acute COVID-19 patients. I also used his understanding of COVID-19 to also successfully treat long covids from wave 1 and wave 2 in South Africa.
These guidelines you send me, will help align my drugs and dosages to that of Dr Sankara Chetty's clinical observation. I have had zero deaths for all of my patients where I used his Pathogenesis in my treatment plan.
In wave 1 and wave 2 , i had many COVID-19 deaths amongst my patient population. None of them were on the Dr Sankara Chetty drugs.
God Bless Dr Sankara Chetty , and your site, for promoting his theory. As soon as i have my first death, my views may differ. For now, the best scientific model that's working for me , is the type 1 hypersensitivity framework for the week 2 / day 8 manifestation of COVID-19
Watching his webinars is one thing. Treating patients with his drugs and seeing the recovery is another thing.
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