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Oxygen Therapies for Ebola Patients That Should Be Used, But Will Not Be

Majid Ali, M.D. In early July 2014, I taped four TV segment on Ebola outbreak for my Science, Health, and Healing program. The first program was entitled “A Picture Story of Ebola,” photographs of which are posted on this website. I decided not to include in this series was information about oxygen therapies which are most effective for dealing with life-threatening viral infections

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Recovering Early From Viral Infections During Epidemics

Majid Ali, M.D. To recover from a viral infection in five to seven days is to give the immune system a work out. After a week or so, the active viral infections are complicated by bacterial infections and require antibiotic treatment. For early recovering from viral infections, I ask my patients to focus on: 1.  To use natural direct and indirect

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First Ebola Spread in the U.S.

EBOLA  Majid Ali, M.D.  The first Ebola spread in the United States was reported on October 12, 2014. A nurse  who attended on Thomas Eric Duncan, a Liberian who first brought Ebola to the country, became sick with Ebola virus. Not unexpectedly, local and state officials in Texas, as well as federal officials scrambled to solve the mystery of the mechanics of the spread. How Safe Is the

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Ebola Infection of the Newborn

Majid Ali, M.D. Toxemia of pregnancy creates clotting-unclotting equilibrium. Viral infections during pregnancy increases the risk of toxemia. It was entirely predictable that some babies would be prematurely delivered by their moms dying of Ebola infection. Below I reproduce some text from a heart-rending account of one such story from The New York Times of October 10, 2010: No one

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