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Previously Unforeseen Risk Tarnishes Hep C Wonder Drugs

The improvement in Hepatitis C treatment success marks a dramatic change in the prognosis for most Hepatitis C diagnoses. New direct-acting antiviral drugs boast viral eradication rates in the high 90th percentile, rendering hope that the Hepatitis C virus can be eradicated. Until recently, the only major obstacle surrounding these Hepatitis C medications has been their outrageously high cost. However, a large-scale prospective study has revealed a surprising caveat – revealing that the direct-acting antiviral drugs for Hepatitis C may not be the panacea the medical community had been hoping for.

Hep C Wonder Drugs Bring More Liver Cancer

Harvoni Discussion on The Rose Columbo Show

Lloyd was on The Rose Colombo Show on Freedomizer radio last Wendnesday.
If you missed it you can listen here. 

Click the Circle Thingy (upper left)
and drag the play bar to Skip forward to the 36 minute mark to listen to Lloyd's part.


Zepatier beats Harvoni, Sovaldi in hep C clinical-data safety showdown: Advera Health Analytics

February 24, 2016 | By

It's still early days for Merck's hep C combo Zepatier, but the drug could be a frontrunner in terms of safety. In a new data analysis, Zepatier turned up proportionally fewer serious side effects than Gilead Sciences' hep C combo treatment Harvoni and its veteran hep C med Sovaldi.

SolvaldiHealthcare informatics firm Advera Health Analytics looked at clinical trial data for the three drugs and found that while Harvoni and Sovaldi's labels have worrisome side effects such as cardiac arrest and suicidal ideation, Zepatier does not have the same side effects listed. Zepatier is less risky than Sovaldi, according to Advera's report, but the drug's safety is on par with Harvoni, Advera said.

Zepatier and Harvoni worked almost equally well in treating individuals in clinical trials who had already undergone treatment. Harvoni was more effective than Zepatier and Sovaldi in patients who hadn't been treated previously, though, according to the report.

Join a Class Action Suit for Reparations for Sovaldi & Harvoni's Serious Side Effects

Gilead Sovaldi Harvomi Class Action Law Suit ALERTLloyd is in contact with a heavy hitting lawyer willing to sue Gilead in a class action suit over serious negative side effects from Sovaldi or Harvoni.

His first client for the class action suit needs to be a person living in California.

Any serious negative side effect from Sovaldi or Harvoni will be considered for the suit but before the suit can be filed the lawyer needs ONE client who has  impaired vision from Sovaldi or Harvoni that lives in California.

Contact Lloyd AT THIS LINK
with your info to get in on this
Class Action Law Suit against Gilead.

You can help make this law suit a reality by sharing this post on your social networks and informing anyone you know who has taken these drugs, especially if they live in California.

Vision Loss, a Growing Side Effect of Sovaldi

From: Marcey
Sent: Wednesday, March 18, 2015 7:30 AM
To: LloydWright
Subject: [Contact Lloyd] HCV and Alternative Tx.


I am Marcey E. M.  sister and live in Fl. I am 63 years old and was Dx. With Hep. C virus since 1990, but untreated until Feb.18th-2015.

Sovaldi undisclosed Side Effects could include blindnessI was approved for Harvoni, my Dr.prescribed 12 was of Harvoni.i as so excited I was approved within 3 days of paperwork  being submitted. I stuck to the plan religiously, but 10 days into Tx started having severe vision loss in my left eye. My right eye had been operated on by a renowned Opthamologist over two years ago for a dense cataract, and an artificial lens replaced the affected lens in the right eye.

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...

What About Harvoni?

I have observed several clients in trials with Sovaldi and ledipasvir.  Gilead combined the two and call it Harvoni.

Harvoni is a Sovaldi and Ledipasvir combo

The people setting up the trials went to great lengths to include only the healthiest people and exclude anyone who was not. Even anyone who may possibly have had negative feelings about the drug or negative feelings about life in general.

When they tested Harvoni in people with cirrhosis they chose the healthiest people with the best and brightest outlook on life.  I know this as I have observed this for a few years from my client base. I have their lab work, I talk with them on the phone and email with them
frequently so I have a broad picture of how this all works.

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