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 Post subject: Is there anything alternative for Hep C?
PostPosted: February 23rd, 2017, 11:35 am 
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Well, yes and no, depending on what you try, what you believe, and whether or not you are afraid of your doctor to the point where you cave to his "lobbying" of your emotions. :mrgreen:

I don't have hep c, none of my family has hep c, and I don't even KNOW anyone who has hep c, but the article from ProPublica came to my inbox this morning so I decided to do a little research - especially when I saw the rigamarole the medical industrial complex puts a person through, not to mention the emotion agony they foist on people. It's enough to make you sicker than ever - - a helluva good reason to stay away from doctors. 8-)

Drug prices are astonishing because of the fact that doctors will scare the living hell out of you. Maybe rightly so, but they never, ever, suggest anything other than drugs. Go figure their pocketbooks, huh? So you have to scrounge around and find your own stuff, but read this first in order to pump yourself up with anger so you don't fall into an allopathic trap.

https://www.propublica.org/article/big-pharma-quietly-enlists-leading-professors-to-justify-1000-per-day-drugs

This article is kinda funky (so are the writers of the blog this was taken from) but other than the colloidal silver (which is bogus IMO) they might have spouted some fairly decent ideas. Check it out.

http://healthwyze.org/reports/468-treating-and-maybe-curing-hepatitis-c-with-natural-and-holistic-methods

And there's always Dr. Whitaker's view: http://www.drwhitaker.com/hope-for-hepatitis-c/

There is a good combo suggested in that article that is so much easier to follow than the many options in the health wyze article.

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 Post subject: Re: Is there anything alternative for Hep C?
PostPosted: February 23rd, 2017, 3:33 pm 
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Hep C can be so mild that you think you have a "flu". For years, some of the gastro docs have been using Milk Thistle and other herbs. They have to be careful that they don't loose their license. You know big pharma wants their hand in everything. With some, it can be so mild they don't really notice it or remember being sick and years later have Cirrhosis and don't know how they got it.

If something is in your blood, it has a strong potential to be in ALL your body fluids.


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 Post subject: Re: Is there anything alternative for Hep C?
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Doesn't hep c show up in blood tests from the get-go??

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 Post subject: Re: Is there anything alternative for Hep C?
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Let me rephrase the question from my above post: Isn't hep c a blood-transferred disease?

The answer is yes it is. IOW, it's contagious if blood transfusions and a few other things are involved.

Here's some good info on this subject:

http://articles.mercola.com/hepatitis-c/is-it-contagious.aspx

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 Post subject: Re: Is there anything alternative for Hep C?
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I found this today:

http://joshmitteldorf.scienceblog.com/2 ... ted-coq10/

I have not heard of MitoQ...80mg per day


"There is very limited data thus far in humans. Safety and toxicity tests were concluded with a year-long trial at 80mg/day. In one study, MitoQ failed to improve the condition of advanced Parkinson’s patients, and in a second study MitoQ showed significant benefit for protecting against liver damage from Hepatitis C. Dr Skulachev reports that he personally has improved his vision using Sk-Q eye drops."


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