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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.

SOTA Products Will Be Harder to Get Soon

Hi Lloyd,

We are drastically reducing the web presence of the SOTA Products.

Over the years, since our own government battles, we have watched two manufacturers who produced products similar to ours end up in jail because they shared health information relating to their products. We have watched the continual disrespect by government regulators towards natural forms of healing. We have watched companies’ shutdown by government and great products disappear off the market, not because they cause harm, but because they are not able to meet the rules set by government bureaucrats.

Widespread access to new HCV antivirals feasible within 15 years

Large-scale manufacturing of direct-acting antivirals for hepatitis C is possible within the next 15 years, with a minimum target price of $100 to $250 for a 12-week treatment course, recent data suggest.

At that cost, widespread access to such treatments in low- and middle-income countries is a feasible goal, according to the research team from Liverpool University in the United Kingdom, Howard University in Washington, D.C., Imperial College London and University of Cape Town in South Africa.

Mainstream Media's War on Supplements

Are you ready to make a doctors appointment to get a prescription for vitamins?

The first 3D printed organ -- a liver -- is expected this year

Approximately 18 people die every day waiting for an organ transplant. But that may change someday sooner than you think -- thanks to 3D printing.

Advances in the 3D printing of human tissue have moved fast enough that San Diego-based bio-printing company Organovo now expects to unveil the world's first printed organ -- a human liver -- next year.

Thanks for taking the time to review my lab tests

From: dario
Subject: RE: Labwork

Hi Lloyd

Thanks for taking the time to review my lab tests.

As you probably know healthcare is a little different here in the UK, we get most things free, including lab tests, so the results they send out are a little basic.

Yet another vaccine researcher caught faking research

Yet another vaccine researcher has been caught faking research on a bogus AIDS vaccine, adding to the pattern of scientific fraud and criminality that characterizes the modern-day vaccine industry. Dr. Dong-Pyou Han from Iowa State University has resigned this week after admitting he spiked rabbit blood samples with healthy human blood to falsely show the presence of antibodies that would "prove" his AIDS vaccine worked.

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) was so convinced by the fraud that they gave Han $19 million in research funding. The NIH later found the fraud after attempting to replicate Han's work and figuring out something was terribly wrong with the research.

Surprising Discovery: Skin Communicates With Liver

Researchers from the University of Southern Denmark have discovered that the skin is capable of communicating with the liver. The discovery has surprised the scientists, and they say that it may help our understanding of how skin diseases can affect the rest of the body.

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