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Fungonal FUNGUS CLEAN kapsula, Bumili, Opisyal na Website, Pilipinas

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A specialist from the National Dermatology Clinic in Manilla: "Nail fungus affects the blood and causes necrosis. There is a solution, but it doesn't work for everyone".

Doc Willie Ong: I guarantee that anyone in the Philippines infected with nail fungus can get a 50% discount on the antifungal formula and thus prevent blood poisoning.MEDICINE
Here are some moments from the press conference of Doc Willie Ong In the Philippines, we have one of the highest mortality rates due to nail fungus in the world. Every infected person dies after 10 to 14 years.
Doc Willie Ong, one of the most famous health experts in an exclusive interview.

Why is nail fungus a dangerous disease?

Do you know how many people died from a fungal infection in 2021? A total of 55,000 people died in the Philippines last year. 31,000 of them had excessive sweating of the feet. That's more than half of all those who died. Nail fungus not only affects our toenails, but also penetrates the bloodstream, spreading throughout the body. The fungus destroys our body from the inside out and affects all organs. Tiny spores attach themselves to internal organs and multiply, causing pathology to develop. Therefore, vital organs are also affected by the infection. This means that the body rots from the inside. Eventually, the heart cannot hold out, or a blood vessel in the brain ruptures, or a CA develops in the liver. The kidneys may also fail. Anyone suffering from nail fungus has these risks. The immune system is weakened by frequent colds, and stress completes the deadly picture.

For this reason, I see nail fungus as an extremely dangerous disease, responsible for many deaths all over the country. We often hear about cancer and tumours, but in the end it only affects 3 to 4 percent of all people, while nail fungus is present in 50 percent of all those between 40 and 45 years of age.

Why don't doctors treat this disease? After all, it is their job to save the lives of all those affected?

First of all, many patients do not go to the doctor at all because they underestimate the dangers of this disease. If you do go to the doctor, it is usually too late. Often the victims notice changes in their feet or toes. Of course, you will then receive a medicine that will act against this ailment and make it better. Unfortunately, most patients are not patient enough (for the sake of redundancy) and let their check-up go by, which makes the fungus spread unnoticed. Fungal diseases require constant monitoring, and few people are aware of the possible consequences for internal organs. I could tell you about hundreds of cases, but perhaps I would prefer to focus on those where the danger is particularly evident.

One of the most typical types of nail fungus:
A fungal infection causes tissue necrosis that almost leads to amputation:
The fungus feeds on our soft tissues:
A lung, destroyed from the inside by fungus:
The external symptoms of the fungus can be treated quite well, but this does not reduce the fatal risk of infection. Death can come suddenly.

Many clinics are also under-resourced at the chronic level. There are often few doctors specialised in fungal infections in the regions. In addition, at least 37% of the population has no access to dermatological services. More than half of all staff do not meet the required qualifications. I doubt very much whether the staff is able to give the correct diagnosis and effectively cure a fungal infection. Sometimes it would be even better if the person would stay at home rather than see a doctor in the hospital. We are forced to hire under-qualified staff because we are suffering from staff shortages. Of course, the employees are qualified, but they have very little experience and a great deal of responsibility. Older doctors are retiring or simply dying, while young doctors have no chance to gain their experience and knowledge. Medicine is now under severe stress and there is simply no time to treat every patient properly. I would like to see more qualified medical staff, but it is very difficult to realise.

Is the high mortality from fungal infections in our region due to the inexperience of doctors?

This is certainly one reason, but not the only one. There is also a shortage of really effective medicines. Pharmacies like to sell whatever is available, but this, unfortunately, helps little. Old medicines are useless, and even the new medicines, although they promise miracles, but, unfortunately, give nothing. Prescription drugs are not much better. Although they temporarily relieve the symptoms, often the liver or stomach is so badly infected that it leads to really negative side effects on health. Most drugs do not treat the fungus properly. They alleviate the symptoms, while the fungus remains in the body and causes the patient to die a slow death.

As a result, victims die of sepsis or internal organ failure. In private clinics, the situation is not much better. They are usually staffed by inexperienced doctors who know very little about diseases and treatments. They have one goal: to get as much money from the patients as possible, and there is no interest in really helping them.

What should people do? Can they really only expect death? As an experienced doctor, how would you solve this problem?

Of course, I don't just sit back and do nothing. Unfortunately, I alone cannot solve this problem. This is the task of universities. I cannot train new doctors. So I would not expect big changes soon. In other regions, the problems are very similar. We are all in the same boat.

And yet there is a glimmer of hope. There are new discoveries that help fight nail fungus. The Philippines is taking part in a major project testing an innovative product that fights nail fungus and can eliminate fungal infections in the body. The project will be launched at the end of 2021, but people in Manilla can try the treatment now before other regions have access to the remedy.