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Liver Inflammation

about the experience of dealing with Hepatitis C

Hepatitis C does not slow down HIV recovery

Monday, May 03, 2010

Research has debunked the belief that hepatitis C virus slows down immune system’s ability to restore itself after HIV patients are treated with combination drugs known as the ‘cocktail’.

Hepatitis C infection is more serious in HIV-infected people, leading to rapid liver damage, according to the Centre for Disease Control.

Intravenous drug use is a main method of contraction for both HIV and hepatitis C. Besides, 50 to 90 percent of HIV-infected drug users are also infected with hepatitis C.

TIPPS procedure explained on video

The following video demonstrates the transjugular intrahepatic portal systemic shunt procedure TIPPS used to lower portal pressure and lessen complications of portal hypertension.

my ALT and AST has dropped big-time

From: Tony
Sent: Thursday, April 22, 2010 10:54 PM
To: lloyd
Subject: RE: Ask Lloyd ...

Awesome, thanks Lloyd.

I am desperate but will beat this disease naturally,

Already my ALT and AST has dropped big-time. Viral load dropped by around 200,000 as well. 

Herbal Tea Recipes



  • BURDOCK ROOT - liver cleanser also reduces jaundice and inflammation!

Suggested Use: 1 cup 2x day.

1 lb = 4 cups = 16 quarts = 64 cups = 1 bag is a one month supply!

  1. Bring 2 quarts water to a boil
  2. Add 1/2 cup burdock root and cover
  3. Remove from heat and let steep for 1 hour.


Hep C and Cirrhosis

From: Preston
Sent: Sunday, April 18, 2010 12:58 PM
To: lloyd
Subject: Hep C and Cirrhosis

Dear Lloyd,

First, let me say thanks for a very interesting read... your book is packed with knowledge that the M.D.s don't want to acknowledge. I discovered that I have Hep C through blood work while prepping for back surgery. It was also discovered that I have Cirrhosis. My main question to you at this time is that are there any items on your list of vitamins and herb/glandular supplements that will negatively impact the cirrhosis and therefore should I alter the program you devised for curing Hep C ?

Sincerely, Preston

significant explanation and information

From: dreamgirl
Sent: Tuesday, March 23, 2010 9:51 PM
To: Lloyd Wright
Subject: [Contact Lloyd] Hello from Mongolia, Please help me with my question.

dreamgirl sent a message using the contact form at

If this message is directly sent to Mr. Lloyd, I would like to ask him a question along with my story.

Surprising findings about Hepatitis C and insulin resistance

We have known for several years that Hepatitis C, a
common cause of liver cirrhosis and cancer, also makes people three to
four times more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes.
In studying the insulin resistance of 29 people with Hepatitis C,
Australian researchers have confirmed that they have high insulin
resistance, a precursor to diabetes. However, almost all insulin
resistance was in muscle, with little or none in the liver, a very
surprising finding given that Hepatitis C is a liver disease.

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