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I was diagnosed with "No virus detected" after 32 days on Sovaldi

Hello again Lloyd,
   
 BTW...I am having big time trouble
with my neuropathy...I've had capillaries break in both  eyes several times in the last few weeks. This has never  happened prior to Solvadi. ....Yesterday afternoon I was  lying down reading and got big lightning bolt shot in my  heart followed by a hot flash down my left arm...I saw stars  and even think I may have passed out for a second or two...

CVS: One In 12 Hepatitis C Patients Not Adhering To $1,000/Day Pill

I am currently receiving nearly one email a day from people who have used Sovaldi who have either relapsed or have what are described as serious continuous negative side effects.

These side effect range from sight impairment, serious nonstop headaches, extremely low platelets, pancreatitis, shacking, very similar to Parkinson’s disease, dry and breaking nails, dry hair, so dry that it cannot be corrected. Some have told me there hair started turning gray half way thru treatment and started falling out. The list goes on.

Most however become non detected but with some brutal side effects never mentioned in any of the trials. I believe that this is due to the fact that when selecting individuals for the trials they only select the healthiest people. I have seen this in my practice, only the healthiest people are selected, ones with some difficulties, even slight problems, they are left out.

The main groups that I see that are relapsing are people who used Pegasus and Peg intron and people with advanced cirrhosis. It seems so far that people who used interferon Alfa 2 B only do well and people who have used my program and never used interferon do far better.

Gilead sure painted a picture  of a complete cure, no problems, only $ 1000 a pill and they gracefully left out the negatives. Certainly nothing seen yet as horrible as interferon but there may be some serious issues.

In health,
Lloyd Wright

I was on pegintron alfa 2b

From: Brent
Sent: Thursday, October 31, 2013 4:39 PM
To: LloydWright.org
Subject: PEG INTRON Alfa 2B

I was on pegintron alfa 2b back in  Jan. 2002, started post problems shortly afterwords . Became so bad could not work an 8 hour day back in 2006 . I have been watching some of the interviews you have on youtube WOW , by the interest from Attorneys on this matter I thought I was the only one having these medical problems and gave up looking years ago.now to date can't hardly walk anymore most days .

I was so amazed in the interviews you did with the gentalman in Colorado , we could be twins in this medical mess . I keep telling my wife my loss of memory is just old age when I know it's from that poison they put in me years ago . I wish that I would have never gone on that drug.

Nonresponders to Interferon-based Treatment of HCV Exhibit an Increased Long-Term Hazard of Cirrhosis Compared to Never Treated

The long-term consequences of failed interferon-alpha based hepatitis C treatment on liver morbidity and survival have not been fully explored. We performed retrospective analyses to assess long-term clinical outcomes among treated and untreated patients with hepatitis C virus in two independent cohorts from a United States Veterans Affairs Medical Center and a University Teaching Hospital. Eligible patients underwent liver biopsy during consideration for interferon-alpha based treatment between 1992 and 2007.

A Hepatitis C Cure

Once considered a chronic and often deadly disease, now doctors are using a powerful word to describe the results of a new treatment for Hepatitis C.

Dr. Donald Jensen, University of Chicago Medicine: “This is a curable disease.”

It is news University of Chicago Medicine’s Dr. Donald Jensen is happy to spread. For 25 years he’s treated patients with hepatitis c, a virus that attacks the liver and causes inflammation. Over time, tissue in the organ turns to scar, cirrhosis sets in.

Dr. Jensen: “It’s like marbling in beef. It’s throughout the liver.”

Patients can develop liver cancer. More commonly, they end up in liver failure and require a transplant. But many don’t realize they have the virus.

Dr. Jensen: “The most common symptom is fatigue, which is pretty common for all of us.”

Judy Palmer knew something was wrong six weeks after she received a blood transfusion due to complications following the birth of her daughter.

Judy Palmer: “I started turning jaundiced and having abdominal pain.”

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.

severe immune crash and very low stamina

Hi Lloyd

It has been 15 years since treatment.   It started with really bad fatigue . a few years into that   memory started to worsen.. then  I started to  get really sick with "colds"  that lasted forever after exercise..   I actually used to be able to do a lot prior to treatment..  

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