Saturday, December 04, 2021

1st Philippine Covid-19 Summit convenes medical practitioners

THE Concerned Doctors and Citizens of the Philippines (CDC Ph) will be holding the first Philippine Covid-19 Summit on November 25, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., at the Vivere Hotel and Resorts in Muntinlupa City.

The summit, which will accommodate both in-venue and online attendees, brings together some of the most reputable doctors who will share the latest and most effective drugs and treatment strategies for Covid-19 inside and outside a hospital setting.

Top American researchers with stellar publication records and Filipino medical experts will be sharing the latest scientific evidence and best treatment protocols during the first Philippine Covid-19 Summit.

Speaking during this event are Drs. Peter McCullough, Pierre Kory, Marivic Villa, Ryan Cole, Sabine Hazan, Rafael Castillo, and Allan Landrito.

The summit focuses on the best available evidence and experience in managing patients with Covid-19 and allows networking opportunities with like-minded doctors in the Philippines and abroad.

Topics to be discussed include the pathophysiology of a Sars-CoV-2 infection, early treatment protocols, natural- and vaccine-acquired immunity, Covid-19 and the gut microbiome, and the use of repurposed drugs, minerals, and antioxidants.

Interest parties may register online at Registration fees are P2,000 for live attendance, P500 for online attendees in the Philippines, and US$20 for international online attendees.

For more information and updates visit, or contact CDC Ph via and +63 91 7951 6640. (PR)


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