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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.

The Science of Aging

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Why do we age, from a biological perspective? 

Telomere length, the tal end of your DNA, is being recognized as an important marker of health and well-being.  They get a little bit shorter each time they replicate... and shorter is older.

The telomeres are thought to prevent the cell’s damage response mechanisms from recognizing the ends of linear chromosomes as double-stranded DNA breaks, including those arising when chromosomes are damaged by stresses such as ionizing radiation.

TA 65 is proven to lengthen telomeres.
Learn more of the Science behind TA65 Here

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Gilead’s New One Pill a Day Cure for Hepatitis C

By Lloyd Wright, NHC, Best Selling Author

Over the last 2 ½ years, I have had a handful of clients that were successful at getting into the Gilead Sciences phase 1, 2 and 3 trials for their new drug, Sofosbuvir, for the treatment of Hepatitis C.

Gilead Sofosbuvir At the same time I had numerous clients that were rejected for these same trials. After reviewing lab work sent to me by these people and having lengthy discussions on the phone with them, it appears that the trials were being manipulated. They chose the healthiest people for testing their drug, not just physically healthy but ones with the most positive attitudes. I suspected this all along and then on November 4, 2013, the New York Times published an article on the new drug and they wrote, in reference to the previous 100% cure pushed in 2011 with full page ads in the Los Angeles Times, constant advertising on KNX News radio, that this was a 100% cure, “There was a huge rush to treatment. But doctors now say that side effects were worse than expected, in part because the sickest patients had been excluded from the clinical trials of the drugs.” “A lot of that didn’t come to light until after the drugs were approved,” said Dr. Frain R. Edlin, an associate professor of public health and medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College. “Then it turns out they were just horrible.”.  (1)

my mind has become more clear

Lloyd

I would like to report that my mind has become more clear and that anxiety caused by my confused mind is gone too.  First time I've been this clear headed in a couple of years.

John


Since Beginning Live Cell Therapy

From: Kathy
Sent: Wednesday, February 05, 2014 3:05 PM
To: Lloyd Wright
Subject: Re: NatCell usage schedule

Lloyd,

Thank you for the kind reply. Seems like I am on the right track and will continue with my schedule. Yesterday I began the CNS NatCell and will see how that works for me. It is a bit difficult to tell which cells work the best as the effects make themselves known over time. I will take your advice and order NatCell Adrenal next time.

Hepatitis C Virus and Natural Compounds: a New Antiviral Approach?

Abstract

Hepatitis C is a major global health burden with an estimated 160 million infected individuals worldwide. This long-term disease evolves slowly, often leading to chronicity and potentially to liver failure. There is no anti-HCV vaccine, and, until recently, the only treatment available, based on pegylated interferon and ribavirin, was partially effective, and had considerable side effects.

Investigation seeks answers on Fremont doctor whose clinic infected 99 people with hepatitis C

A 12-year-long hunt for answers began just after Fremont, Neb., set off its Fourth of July fireworks in 2002.

That day, Fremont's Dr. Tom McKnight took a deep breath and walked into the office of Dr. Tahir Ali Javed, Fremont's sole oncologist. He needed to confront Javed about a problem.

Five Fremont-area residents, including McKnight's own wife, Evelyn, had recently tested positive for hepatitis C — a dangerous and sometimes deadly virus.

The positive tests befuddled McKnight. But members of the group did have one terrifying thing in common: All were cancer patients being treated inside Javed's clinic.

This uncomfortable conversation between doctors felt doubly awkward because Javed, his wife and the McKnights had grown close during Evelyn McKnight's two bouts with breast cancer. They had dined together on Saturday nights. They had shared hopes and fears. When Evelyn McKnight got sick, Javed's wife took casseroles to her house so she wouldn't have to cook.

Now Tom McKnight, as gently as he could, broached the idea that Javed's office might be the cause of a hepatitis C outbreak and a potential public health nightmare.  Javed listened and then promised that, together, they would get to the bottom of this medical mystery.

Two days later, the well-liked oncologist boarded a plane in Omaha bound for his native Pakistan. He had told Fremont hospital administrators and his office staff that his mother had fallen gravely ill and he needed to care for her.

I will be back in two weeks, Javed promised.

He never returned.

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