Despite the massive vaccination effort and reported new drugs to fight Ebola, the total number of Ebola cases in the DRC has risen to 3,069 cases and the outbreak's overall fatality count at 2,052.
With a mortality rate of 66.9 percent, basically the same rate as before the vaccinations and the introduction of these new drugs, it appears that NONE of the new medical treatments are working to any significant extent. Isn't it time for them to try something different.
This is nothing but murder for profit by the medical community.
Since early on on the West African Ebola outbreak that resulted in over 11000 deaths, there has been a number of requests to have some alternatives tried to help reduce this mortality as well as additional human suffering. The medical industry has blocked these efforts at every step, endeavoring to maintain a stranglehold on the health care aspects.
One of the excuses that they use is that these actually safe and simple alternatives might be injurious or even possibly fatal. This is a preposterous fraud on those who suffer needlessly.
Among the most risky as MMS and Ozone therapy. The fact is that people around the world use these privately with good success and actually low risk of injury. Additionally, None of the alternative causes an almost 70 percent mortality! So the medical industry is literally murdering people to keep these from being tried.
Even better are advanced LVPEF devices like ParaZapper parasite zappers that are used to destroy microbes in water and may be used off label to destroy injurious microbes in other uses. These products have been around for almost 20 years and have no know risk of mortality or serious injury. While scientific studies are needed, anecdotally, they have a significant effect on reducing the extent of viral illness.
While I understand that because the Ebola outbreak is in Africa, many are not concerned. Perhaps more should be concerned because there is always the chance of mutation there is always a chance of extremely rapid expansion of the epidemic. Do not get left in the trap of being convinced that they will be able to save you. With Ebola, the most at risk persons are the caregivers.