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This book was published in the US by Keats Publishing, Inc. New Canaan, Connecticut
Every Second Child by Archie Kalokerinos, M.D.
What follows is "Excerpts" from the book, now out of print.
The "Battered "Baby—
Baby Evelyn was normal at birth. But at six months, she was emaciated, weak, dying ... and covered with bruises.
To the medical authorities and the police, this was an open and shut case of child abuse/Accord- ing to their lights, her mother Nancy, a "typically ignorant" Aboriginal, had neglected her child, then beaten her fatally. Mother Nancy was tried, convicted and jailed.
. But Dr. Archie Kalokerinos knew better. He im- mediately saw Baby Evelyn's case for what it was: Sudden Infant Death Syndrome or Crib Death, resulting from the standard Aboriginal diet of junk food, worthless baby formula and no vitamin C. What is more, Kalokerinos had evidence from his own experience in treating thousands of Aboriginal babies, plus the expert testimony of medical col- leagues, to prove his diagnosis. The result Nancy was declared innocent one month before her sen- tence for killing her baby was completed.
Still the needless deaths go on—in Australia, in theUnited States, where Dr. Irwin Stone estimates that 10,000 baby deaths occur annually because of this same lack of recognition of the true cause— and throughout the world.
Here, in Every Second Child, a true detective story, is heartbreak and tragedy—in a chronicle of medicine, official blindness, and perhaps hope for the future.
... In the meantime, if you are a prospective parent and you
want to prevent your offspring from becoming a SIDS
statistic, just make sure that its daily intake of ascorbate,
from conception on, is sufficient to assure the full correc-
tion of its birth defect for GLO and its health and survival.
It is hoped that the wide circulation of this book will be a
major factor in the early elimination of this insidious fatal
Excerpts from Forward:
INTRODUCTION TO THE AMERICAN EDITION
THIS book presents the engrossing account of the attack, in large part ultimately successful, made by Dr. Archie Kalokerinos on the problem of the very high death rate of Aboriginal children in the part of New South Wales in which he was working. After he had recognized the problem and had rejected the usual explanations of the high death rate of the Aboriginal infants, he was led finally to the conclusion that the infants were suffering from scurvy, a deficiency of vitamin C.
In the period between 1942 and 1961 several investiga- tions were reported in which it was found that people receiving 200 milligrams to 1000 milligrams of vitamin C - per day had fewer colds than people who were given an inactive tablet. During the last three years six more studies have been made of people who receive either vitamin C or an inactive tablet over a period of weeks or months, and they were observed to see whether the incidence and sever-- ity of colds were affected. It was found in every one of these investigations that an added intake of vitamin C leads to a decrease in the number of colds and also to a decrease in the amount of illness caused by colds. Moreover, it has been found that there is a decrease in the incidence of non- respiratory diseases, as well. We may conclude from these studies that an improvement in health may in general be expected to result from an increased intake of vitamin C.
...and that in addition the deficiency in vitamin C is exacerbated by immunizations and inocula- tions, since it is known that immunization and inoculation lead to destruction of vitamin C.
Nearly three decades of clinical research in the conquest of infant mortality, both before and after the publication of the original Australian edition of this book in 1974, has taught Dr. Archie Kalokerinos what is of value and what is iseless in saving the lives of babies. He has a wealth of clinical data, which point to the inevitable conclusion that acute infantile scurvy is the prime cause of the Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and is responsible for these infant deaths. This is a condition that can be so simply, harmlessly and inexpensively corrected, thus preventing these babies from dying.
Dr. Klenner found that the best way to fight SIDS is to treat the babies through their mother before they are born, and devised a simple technique for doing this. In hundreds of pregnancies, he gave 5 to 15 grams of ascorbate each day throughout pregnancy and lactation. This corrects the chronic subclinical scurvy existing in the mothers and prevents the scurvy, which otherwise would develop in the fetus, "in utero." Under this megascorbic regime the mother has a much easier time throughout pregnancy and in labor. The neonate is so robust and healthy that there has never been a case of SIDS among these ascorbate- corrected infants, not even a case of respiratory distress during birth. After the infants are weaned they routinely get up to 1 gram of ascorbate daily during their first year. They then receive one gram of ascorbate per day per year of age up to age ten, then ten grams per day thereafter. SIDS is an unknown entity in this population of infants.