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I contracted Hepatitis C in 1979 from 4 blood transfusions

A liver biopsy in 1994 revealed Chronic Hepatitis C. After Cancer, Radiation Therapy, Chemotherapy and now Hep C, my liver was in bad shape. The medical establishment advised me to get my papers in order and expect to live another 3 to 5 years, and hope that something would come along to help.

18 years later, I have been virus free for 16 years, with no detectable virus.

Here you will find correspondences and findings about Hepatitis C treatment, trials and natural health.

A New Hepatitis C Lawsuit in the Works

Hepatitis C lawsuits may be emerging soon after the FDA issued a Black Box Warning for 9 direct acting antiviral (DAA) medications this October 2016. Patients who have taken DAA medications and seen a reemergence of their Hepatitis B, experienced liver damage, or suffered liver failure, may be eligible to file a lawsuit against the drug manufacturers. According to the FDA, this reactivation usually occurred within 4-8 weeks of receiving DAA treatment drugs. During clinical trials, this potentially deadly side effect was not discovered because researchers only recruited patient with Hepatitis C and no co-infections. 

Join the Suit @ DrugDangers.com

Harvoni Discussion on The Rose Columbo Show

Lloyd was on The Rose Colombo Show on Freedomizer radio last Wendnesday.
If you missed it you can listen here. 

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and drag the play bar to Skip forward to the 36 minute mark to listen to Lloyd's part.


What's in Your Fridge: Andrew Loog Oldham

Mick Jagger and Andrew OldhamThe former manager for the Rolling Stones doesn't know what's in his "main fridge" but has a special cool spot for Lloyd's Tea's.


 

Zepatier beats Harvoni, Sovaldi in hep C clinical-data safety showdown: Advera Health Analytics

February 24, 2016 | By

It's still early days for Merck's hep C combo Zepatier, but the drug could be a frontrunner in terms of safety. In a new data analysis, Zepatier turned up proportionally fewer serious side effects than Gilead Sciences' hep C combo treatment Harvoni and its veteran hep C med Sovaldi.

SolvaldiHealthcare informatics firm Advera Health Analytics looked at clinical trial data for the three drugs and found that while Harvoni and Sovaldi's labels have worrisome side effects such as cardiac arrest and suicidal ideation, Zepatier does not have the same side effects listed. Zepatier is less risky than Sovaldi, according to Advera's report, but the drug's safety is on par with Harvoni, Advera said.

Zepatier and Harvoni worked almost equally well in treating individuals in clinical trials who had already undergone treatment. Harvoni was more effective than Zepatier and Sovaldi in patients who hadn't been treated previously, though, according to the report.

Harvoni Side Effects on Freedomizer Radio

Lloyd was live on Freedomizer Radio Network
with Rose Colombo, Februrary 5th, 2016.

Download the Interview Here

 Lloyd talks about the 70 pages of side effects from taking Gilead's 1,000 dollar pill.
These pages are available only in Canada.

The Justice Club with Rose Columbo & Lloyd Wright

Naringenin Research Round Up

The folks over at Functional Performance Systems have put together an extensive round up of recent Naringenin study's and the findings are impressive.  Studies cover its use for cancer, hepatitis, inflammation, melanoma, alzheimer’s and melanoma; just to mention a few.  Click Here for the whole article and full transcripts of the studies.

Orange Juice, grapefruit Naringtenin sources

“Orange juice contains naringenin which is effective against melanoma, and guavas contain apigenin, also effective. A diet consisting of milk, orange juice, guavas, cheese, and some eggs, liver, and oysters, with aspirin would be protective against the spread of the tumor.” -Ray Peat, PhD

 

 

 

 

 

Good Reasons to NOT GIVE to Cancer Fundraisers.

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Bob Wright is the founder of the American Anti-Cancer Institute. Here he talks about the 'race for the cure' and 'walk for the cure' programs that go on all over the country. So many tens of millions of dollars are raised, if not more. But are we closer to a cure? Find out what the fundamental problem with these organizations and their goals is.

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