From: Marlene Sent: Sunday, November 09, 2014 6:20 PM To: LloydWright Subject: thanks
little over a year ago I asked you what I could take to lower my viral
load and for some aches around the liver area. You told me to take Quercetin, Lactoferrin, Liver formula 2 and frozen Nat Cell Thymus. I
have been taking all supplements for a little over a year and I just got
my blood tests and my viral load has gone down from 3.6 million to 1.8
From: Roberta Sent: Thursday, October 24, 2013 9:42 PM To: Lloyd Wright Subject: Taking thymus
I have been taking thymus now 3 times a week for about 2 months. Prior to that I was taking it twice a week. I just got my labs back and m liver enzymes were lower and my viral load was also down by 4 million pts. I did have elevated adrenals (cortisol). I was wondering if you might have any thoughts on this? My thyroid is low in some areas but I don't feel sluggish at all, in fact over the last several months I have lost almost 10 pds. I haven't told my doctor I am taking the thymus because he doesn't feel like there is any reliable safe source available. He said if there was he would recommend it to his patients.
Here's some good news: I got the latest blood work results back and
things are looking good. Clearly the regimen is working, the one large
concern is low platelets, down to 73. As for the rest of it where things
were high they are lower and vice versa. All is well and I'm so very
encouraged by it. Being able to actually see results means a lot to me.
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