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Hepatitis C drug linked to 'FATAL Skin Reaction'

Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/038711_hepatitis_C_skin_reactions_drug_treatments.html#ixzz2IG8CB6u8

If you or someone you know suffers from hepatitis C, you may want to think twice about succumbing to conventional drug treatment options, which could end up resulting in unexpected death. As reported by Army Times and others, Incivek (telaprevir), a popular drug used to treat hepatitis C, has been implicated in causing fatal skin reactions in at least two hepatitis C patients worldwide, and the drug appears to be especially deadly when used in combination with other hepatitis C drugs such as Victrelis (boceprevir).

Both Incivek, which is manufactured by Vertex Pharmaceuticals, and Victrelis, which is manufactured by Merck & Co., were brought to market in 2011 to treat hepatitis C. But since that time, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has received at least 112 reports of patients developing very serious skin conditions, particularly as a result of using Incivek. Because of this, the agency recently decided to update the package insert for the drug, warning users about its dangers.

The Natural Nurse & Dr. Z w/ Lloyd Wright on Hep C

Lloyd's radio show from 12-11  Host Eugene Zampieron, ND, MH, www.drznaturally.com interviews Mr. Lloyd Wright. Lloyd Wright attended UCLA for undergraduate work and continued his formal education at CalLutheranUniversity majoring in Administration of Justice.

DIY Hepatitis C Book Reviews for Veterans

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HEPATITIS C – A Do-it-Yourself Guide for Health
by Lloyd Wright, soft cover, 140 pages, Lloyd Wright Publishing, $8.99

Wright says that he knows all about the rigors of life with Hep C, and he also knows all about wandering in the dark when doctors have no answers.  Maybe he does.  He is also the author of “Triumph Over Hepatitis C,” and writes that more than 200 million individuals worldwide have the illness, about five million of them Americans.  He notes that many people he has helped have used the drug interferon and had it fail. 

I am never well what can I do

name

jasmine  

Your Question
for Lloyd

I have taken treatment interferon and riboviron for the hep c befor that I was misdiagnosed with rumatoid arthritis and toook a corce of remacaid 1yr. it is now 2 years later and i ans so sick in chronic paain suffer panic attacks have dificulty walking and even worsened pain in winter. I am never wellwhat can I do

Have You ...

Taken Interferon AND Had a Hepatitis A or B Vaccine
AND Had a Biopsy AND taken antibiotics

Which Products from Lloyd's Pharmacy have you tried?

none

Without the Suplements He Gets From You He Would Not Have Survived

Name:

E.J. and Cherry

Your Question
for Lloyd

Dear Lloyd,Not a question, just wanted you to know how well my husband E.J. is doing since he started taking your supplements (I think it's been 4 yrs now. His viral count has dropped to 11,114 from close to 16,000 a yr ago and before that it was even higher. Just can't remember the numbers. He takes the VEP II plus the the Thymus in the capsule, also your Super Vit B. His weight is low but (117-125) but he is feeling very good these days. We lost our Cabin in SW New Mexico this summer in the WhiteWater Baldy Complex in which 300,000 acres burned plus 12 cabins (ours being one of them) in the upper canyon of the Willow Creek Ranch.

Resveratrol Studys for Hepatitis C

An antioxidant resveratrol significantly enhanced
replication of hepatitis C virus.


 
Biotechnol Lett. 2012 Dec;34(12):2205-12. doi: 10.1007/s10529-012-1034-0. Epub 2012 Sep 1.

Resveratrol prevents hepatic steatosis induced by hepatitis C virus core protein.

3 Reasons 2 Snack on Pumpkin Seeds 4 Those w/ Advanced Hepatitis

By Nicole Cutler, L.Ac.

Once October hits, pumpkins are placed front and center in a majority of American supermarkets, kitchen counters and front porches. The pumpkin's seeds frequently get scooped and tossed when making Jack-O-lanterns or in favor of the gourd's bright orange flesh for pie making. However, pumpkin seeds are virtual nutrient powerhouses that harbor several benefits to people with a chronic illness - especially those with advanced hepatitis.

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