Sent: Monday, June 4, 2001 7:02 AM
Subject: A soft gentle man, who will be greatly missed.
A soft gentle man, who will be greatly missed. Roy, my mailman,
died today, June 5th, 2001, from the complications of Hepatitis
C. He was 46 years old. Roy's viral load was 200.000, his
ALT 45, AST 79.
I first met Roy in December of 2000. One of the mail clerks
at my post office asked me what it was that I was mailing
so many of. I told her I was the author of a book called Triumph
Over Hepatitis C and that sending out copies to numerous suffers
was keeping me quite busy. She immediately informed me that
one of her USPS peers was in a coma at Kaiser hospital due
to Hepatitis C. Knowing that the hospital, any hospital, was
the worst place he could possibly be, I arranged to be "introduced"
I went to the hospital and met Roy. He began taking NatCell
thymus and NatCell LIVER twice daily. Soon Roy was back at
work, 12 hours a day delivering mail. However, it was clear
that Roy's body was in a serious irreversible state of decline.
Roy was so concerned about his health he moved out of Malibu
and to be as close to the hospital in the city as he could
get. He wanted easy access so each time he required hospitalization
he would be close. After four comas and numerous other procedures
it was clear that all Kaiser could do or would do was a minimum
and it appeared to me they were just waiting for Roy to die.
Roy had told me that he was on the transplant list and was
awaiting a new LIVER. It was quite clear that a new LIVER
would not have done Roy much good, if any.
My position was and still is the best that could be done
for Roy would be to attempt to improve his quality of life
for the time that he had left. Roy had done Interferon treatment
without success. Roy had a buildup of lymphatic fluids in
his abdomen and lower extremities, which had to be mechanically
removed several times. I wanted to help this man live out
the rest of his life comfortably and as he did also he began
taking part in some of my program.
Initially, Roy consumed NatCell Thymus and NatCell LIVER
twice daily. He went through one case of Aloe Vera juice and
one pound of Dandelion Root Tea the first month. In December
and January he used 3 boxes of NatCell thymus and 5 NatCell
LIVER, was back at work looking and feeling healthy. He then
stopped until March 20, purchased two boxes NatCell LIVER
and one NatCell thymus.
In the very beginning Roy was yellow, his skin was pale and
he appeared very weak. After the first month on the program,
his fellow postal workers began telling me that he really
looked good and that he was coming to work with enthusiasm
and he did really did look much better. He said he felt much
better and no doubt his LIVER was celebrating.
It seems one of the major problems with our medical community's
current treatment of Hepatitis C. is patients are not informed
by their doctors of the complications arising from Hepatitis
C. There are strict guidelines that dictate if a person is
a viable candidate for a liver transplant. For example if
someone has additional life-threatening issues a liver transplant
will not remedy, well then, those people are ruled out.
Roy told me Kaiser had him on a liver transplant list and
he believed when the time came he would get one. Roy began
having serious stomach infections after his last visit to
the hospital. He no longer took the rejuvenating thymus and
LIVER supplements and he spent the last 28 days of his life
in intensive care.
I sincerely believe if I had met Roy 1 year earlier he would
be alive today. Roy was a soft gentle man. He will be missed