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From: Matt (
Subject:         Malaria and other tropical diseases
Date: May 1, 2013 at 6:56 am PST


I am wondering what your view Dr. Graham, and the general natural hygienic
view perhaps, is on things like Malaria, Dengue, Japanese B Encephalitis, various
acute parasitic conditions and also on things like snake/spider bites.†

Im going on a long trip trough south east Asia, and I trust my immune system to
be strong enough (living 100% 811rv) to resist most problems and so I am not
taking any vaccines. Do you agree that vaccines are not needed in the case oi
travel? especially if healthy?

But my main question is really this: Lets say I do get dengue fever, or some other
disease contracted from insects (I obviously stay clear of both dirty water and all
the prepared food anyway) what would your advice be in terms of drugs? Would
you say fasting is enough in a severe case of Japanese B Encephalitis for
example? No drugs in case of Malaria? and what about a snake bite, would you
take the anti-venom?

At the moment I feel I WOULD actually take the drugs. But this is mostly due to
not knowing enough and not taking any chances, I could always recover from the
drug over time, but an acute illness might lead to death. The question is still
though, is'nt the body best equipped to handle everything without drugs? Or are
there emergency exceptions?

Hope you can aswer my questions, I feel this is one really important issue to
adress and I think a lot of 80/10/10'ers and health seekers in general, might
wonder about it!

Thanks for everything!

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