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liver enzymes have come down already.

Well I am pleasantly surprised that my liver enzymes have come down already.

AST on 7/28/23 was 253;
now on September 17 is 133.
ALT was 341, and is now 146.

Wow that is a big change.  Doc hasn't agreed to write up order for next draw yet, but will pass this on to him and see what he says.   Didn't expect this much of a change and wasn't sure if would get any change.   Quite a good live enzyme change though so thought I would pass it on.

from 4.5 to 2.7 million in three months

the HCV RT-PCR, Quantative and alpha-FP tests

Dear Lloyd,

We have finally received very good pricing for the HCV RT-PCR, Quantative and alpha-FP tests. 

Please see the links and pricing below and I appreciate you listing us as an online lab testing source. 

$179.00 (AFP) - http://www.healthonelabs.com/pub/tests/test/pid/122
$325.00 (HCV RF-PCR Quant) - http://www.healthonelabs.com/pub/tests/test/pid/121


Have a good evening.

Regards,
Kristina New
www.HealthOneLabs.com
kristina_new@healthoneinc.com

Naringenin inhibits production of hepatitis C virus

Naringenin inhibits the assembly and long-term production of infectious hepatitis C virus particles through a PPAR-mediated mechanism.
Goldwasser J
, Cohen PY, Lin W, Kitsberg D, Balaguer P, Polyak SJ, Chung RT, Yarmush ML, Nahmias Y.

Source

Center for Engineering in Medicine, Shriners Burns Hospital, Boston, MA, USA; Harvard-MIT Division of Health Science and Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA; Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA.

Abstract
BACKGROUND & AIMS:

Hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection affects 3% of the world population and is the leading cause of chronic liver disease worldwide. Current standard of care is effective in only 50% of the patients, poorly tolerated, and associated with significant side effects and viral resistance. Recently, our group and others demonstrated that the HCV lifecycle is critically dependent on host lipid metabolism and that its production is metabolically modulated.

METHODS:

The JFH1/Huh7.5.1 full lifecycle model of HCV was used to study the antiviral effects of naringenin on viral replication, assembly, and production. Activation of PPAR? was elucidated using GAL4-PPAR? fusion reporters, PPRE reporters, qRT-PCR, and metabolic studies. Metabolic results were confirmed in primary human hepatocytes

Amoxicillin and many other drugs can raise the viral load millions of points, overnight

This is the results sent to me by one of my clients. She was prescribed Amoxicillin today, as she is experiencing a secondary condition, the flu. This secondary condition when combined with hep c offers us with hep c a difficult task as we are often sicker longer and with some more sever difficulties than people without hep c.

What ever you gave me worked

From: Debra  
Sent: Friday, February 18, 2011 1:59 PM
To: Lloyd Wright
Subject: hello

Hi Lloyd

Thank you so very much for the d-mannose U-Track.. I looked it up on the internet and most articles say that most people had UTI infections off and on for years and couldn't get rid of it until thay found mannose.  They also mentioned E-Coli in almost every article.  I didn't feel like I had UTI,  I'm positive it was my kidneys but, then again I'm not a doctor.  I really feel like the kidney problem was related to my liver and the HCV because of the brown urine and back pain.

Depression overlooked in patients with hepatitis C; compromising HCV therapy

Lower patient productivity and higher healthcare benefit costs add to burden of HCV infection

Researchers from Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland (the NORDynamIC project group) have observed that depressive symptoms in patients with hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection are commonly overlooked in routine clinical interviews, and that treatment-induced depression compromises the outcome of HCV therapy. A second U.S.

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