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messages about Interferon use

tests are now negative for the virus

Sent: Saturday, March 03, 2012 1:51 PM
To: Lloyd Wright
Subject: request assistance for very sick mother of 2

Dear Lloyd,
I came across your link for your web site when I googled alternative and natural cures for Hep C.  This gal I know contracted hep c they believe thru a dental procedure about 2 years ago.  She wasn't really sick but the Drs. put her on the now infamous Interferon chemo toxin and while her tests are now negative for the virus, her health has since spiraled out of control.

Sincere thanks and a bit of my story

To: lloyd
Sent: 2/16/2012 7:53:20 P.M.
Subj: Sincere thanks and a bit of my story

Dear Mr. Wright:

Firstly, I am a 60 year old male who can truly relate to your life/lifestyle back "in the day", perverse humor (compliment), and your brave journey to save your own life when all the "experts" said you were nuts and just accept death. The difference being that I had you as my personal guide, along with a few doctors who told me about you and provided additional guidance.

pegintron ribavirin

From: jeff
Sent: Wednesday, February 08, 2012 9:51 AM
To: Lloyd Wright
Subject: [Contact Lloyd] pegintron ribavirin

jeff sent a message using the contact form at

I took pegintron and ribavirin and  it has been three years and i have had many health issues because of the medicine, i have chronic pain all over my  body and doctors can't diagnose nor give me a cause. i believe it is the medicine due to the fact I did not have these problems before. It has gotten so bad sometimes I can barely walk...

A Short Happy Life or a Long Miserable One

Joli sent a message using the contact form at

Hi Lloyd,
I no longer feel alone or crazy when I claim that interferon absolutely ruined my life.  I have been on several antidepressant combinations to no avail.  I took peg interferon with Ribovirin April 2002-2003.  I have  never been the same.  I have told family, friends, doctors, psychiatrists, counselors ect...that I have lost my personality, ability to think and even my spirit to this medicine. 

Recovery from Hepatitis C TREATMENT

Everyone should read this before treatment.
It contains much of what I have been seeing for the last 30 years.

Thank you,

My Lab Work

From: Clara
Sent: Wednesday, December 14, 2011 12:37 AM
To: Lloyd Wright
Subject: Re: lab work

Mr Wright, I first learned in 2005 when i was diagnosised with hep c about your success in overcoming hep c. There was enough information listed in your book to convince me that interferon was not the answer.  I began telling others about your book and the positive impact of the nutrients you took to rid this monster disease. Before i ordered any products to see for myself you provided enough convincing information to not warrant me to go ahead with the treatment that the doctor was so adamant that I needed. It was like cures they do not want you to know about. They who, pharmarceutical companies!  So I attended Hep C Support Groups and found that many people were having the same drawback with interferon and did not have any solutions to their situation.  So I started taking my Triumph Over Hep C book with me. Some of the people would mail me information about Hep C from a Liver Foundation or Coalition in Texas.  Although they would never elude interferon however, they would always list the different authors who had over come Hep C and your books were always included in the articles. It actually assured me that what i had researched and found on my own concerning your products were on track.

Green tea flavonoid may prevent reinfection with hepatitis C virus following liver transplantation

German researchers have determined that epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG)—a flavonoid found in green tea—inhibits the hepatitis C virus (HCV) from entering liver cells. Study findings available in the December issue of Hepatology, a journal published by Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases, suggest that EGCG may offer an antiviral strategy to prevent HCV reinfection following liver transplantation.

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