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Liver Inflammation

about the experience of dealing with Hepatitis C

Lloyd's Got A New Book!

Lloyd's Got A New Book!

Hepatitis C is considered an epidemic by the World Health Organization, (WHO) Hepatitis C is the most prevalent liver disease in the world, affecting more than 170 million individuals worldwide.     This is A Program For Living  utilizing Frozen Peptides and Stem Cells,  Supplements and Herbs,  Promising New Supplements,  Foods to Eat, Foods to Avoid &  A Healthy Lifestyle from     Best Selling Author Lloyd Wright tells you how you can treat  Fibrosis, Cirrhosis, Varices, Ascites & Liver Cancer Successfully and Live Well
140 pages paperback

This Program For Living utilizing Frozen Peptides and Stem Cells, 
Supplements and Herbs,  Promising New Supplements, 
Foods to Eat, Foods to Avoid & A Healthy Lifestyle
from Best Selling Author Lloyd Wright
tells you how you can treat 
Fibrosis, Cirrhosis, Varices, Ascites & Liver Cancer
Successfully and Live Well
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Wobenzym Autoimmune, Toxic, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C Studies

Hepatitis
Autoimmune Hepatitis, Toxic Hepatitis, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C

Wobenzym in complex therapy of chronic liver diseases
Vasilenko A. M., Svec S. V. Wobenzym in complex therapy of chronic liver diseases. State Medical Academy in Dnepropetrovsk. II National Congress of Rheumatologists in the Ukraine, Kiev, 1997

Current complex therapy of chronic liver diseases focuses on elimination of basic pathogenetic syndroms of the disease. Glucocorticoids (GC) are the most effective in the treatment of chronic autoimmune hepatitis (CAH) and active liver cirrhosis (LC) with a significant autoimmune process. They appear to be effective regulators of immune reaction which suppress antibody production. One of the undesirable side-effects of GC is formation of circulating middle size immune complexes (CIC) which intensify cytolytic syndrom ( 1, 2, 4). One of the main characteristics of CIC - pathogenesity - is mainly determined by the size of complexes. Pathogenesity is caused, among others factors, also by a quantitative relation between antigen and antibody. During overproduction of antibodies against any antigen or in the case of equivalent relation when antigen is fully or partially bound, large CIC are formed. Mild excess of antigen over appropriate antibody (ratio 3:2) leads to a formation of middle sized immune complexes. Insufficient antibody production causes a formation of low molecular weight complexes. Literature data (l, 2, 4) show that cytolysis is higher when middle size CIC prevail. Optimal conditions for middle size CIC formation arise in 2nd - 3rd week of the treatment by big doses of GC. Wide use of GC is limited also by risk of possible side-effects: pathological changes in organs of digestive system and kidney, insufficient anti-inflammatory effect, impossible induction of remission of the disease. All above mentioned facts speak for a necessity to search for new methods to treat chronic liver diseases. Systemic enzyme therapy seems to be one of the prospective options.

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Interferon Release Form

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From: db
Sent: Sunday, January 23, 2011 10:02 AM
To:
lloydwright.org
Subject: Interferon Release Form

Peace to All,

                   Attached is a release document with some startling information. Please read it thoroughly. I would be interested if anyone ever saw such a form. I surely did not. It seems to indicate someone knew there could be long term damage from these meds. I was not informed of this by my 2 gastros or primary care doctors. Tto the contrary when i expressed concerns i was told i'd be fine. Who knew what?  I will send another e-mail with a survey from a good info site in UK. Please put in whatever effort you can. Anything is appreciated. Are you tired of being a victim?

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From: Marcia
Sent: Sunday, January 02, 2011 5:23 PM
To: Lloyd Wright
Subject: RE: AST/ALT

Hi Lloyd,

I found out what was the matter after being rushed to the emergency room on December 30th, with uncontrollable dry heaves. after an ultrasound, Hidascan and MRCP which registered "0"

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From: Marcia
Sent: Sunday, January 02, 2011 5:23 PM
To: Lloyd Wright
Subject: RE: AST/ALT

Hi Lloyd,

I found out what was the matter after being rushed to the emergency room on December 30th, with uncontrollable dry heaves. after an ultrasound, Hidascan and MRCP which registered "0"

Lloyd on The Self Improvement Show Dec. 30th

the Hepatitis C Self Improvement Show with Lloyd Wright

Thursday DECEMBER 30th at 12 Noon Pacific Time
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