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Down From 3.6 Million to 1.8 Million

From: Marlene  
Sent: Sunday, November 09, 2014 6:20 PM
To: LloydWright
Subject: thanks

Hi Lloyd,

A little over a year ago I asked you what I could take to lower my viral load and for some aches around the liver area. You told me to take Quercetin, Lactoferrin, Liver formula 2 and frozen Nat Cell Thymus.  I have been taking all supplements for a little over a year and I just got my blood tests and my viral load has gone down from 3.6 million to 1.8 million plus

Taking Natcell Thymus

From: Roberta 
Sent: Thursday, October 24, 2013 9:42 PM
To: Lloyd Wright
Subject: Taking thymus

Hi Lloyd,

I have been taking thymus now 3 times a week for about 2 months. Prior to that I was taking it twice a week.  I just got my labs back and m liver enzymes were lower and my viral load was also down by 4 million pts.  I did have elevated adrenals (cortisol).  I was wondering if you might have any thoughts on this?   My thyroid is low in some areas but I don't feel sluggish at all, in fact over the last several months I have lost almost 10 pds.  I haven't told my doctor I am taking the thymus because he doesn't feel like there is any reliable safe source available. He said if there was he would recommend it to his patients.


Antibiotics and Hep C

From:  D.N.
Sent: Monday, September 09, 2013 4:58 AM
To: Lloyd
Subject: antibiotics and hep c

Dear Lloyd: This last week I had some dental work done, and the dentist prescribed amoxicillin and metronidazole due to infection. I took the antibiotics for 24 hours and developed vomiting and cold sweats along with flu like symptoms ( but no fever). I'll be contacting the dentist today, but what is your opinion and what would you recommend.
Thanks, D. N.


This is from a client who recently received a liver transplant.

Notice item number 4, Omeprazole. This is the same as Nexium and Prilosec, drugs that I clearly identified to raise viral load Dramatically in HCV all the way back in  2002. This client trusts his liver transplant doctors. This man has been threatened with being forced to take interferon because his viral load keeps skyrocketing.

Notice item # 8. All multi vitamins  have vitamin E. Vitamin E has been identified as not compatible with HCV. It raises the viral load and AST, ALT

undetectable after 7 months on your programs

From: SM
Sent: Thursday, March 28, 2013 1:41 PM
To: Lloyd Wright
Subject: undetectable viral load

Hello dear Lloyd. I am very happy to inform you that my viral load is undetectable after 7 months on your programs. You truly helped me with your advice and medicine. and always replied to my mails and my grattitude for your support is endless.

However I still do test postitive for hep c virus, my question is what do I do now? The doctor at ER told me I have no viral load but my hep is virus might be a passing virus.

I  am attaching my labs from 4 days ago. What do you think about all this dear Llloyd?

Thank you as always

Great News Lloyd

Great News Lloyd,

I have already happy news: My viral load is HCV RNA=890.000 IU/ml, it fell in just 4 months from 1.900.000 IU/ml because I started using your program 1 without NatCell.

I have Hep C, type 1b, I am 28 years old and I am infected more than half of my life, from being 11 yo.

I appreciate you completely,

Dr cannot find any trace of Hep C

From: Carol
Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2013 8:09 PM
To: lloyd
Subject: RE: Ask Lloyd ...

I purchased a regimen of capsules for about 6 months from you back in 2000 for my son Jeff.  In the past 4 years the Dr cannot find any trace of Hep C in his blood.  I ordered your book and will give it to his Orthopedic Dr. who was interested and amazed at his diagnosis.  I, like you, do not have much faith in medical doctors and still use several natural supplements to keep myself healthy. 

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