Sent: Friday, June 22, 2001 1:39 PM
Subject: Reading Triumph Over Hepatitis C
from Covington, Tennessee
June 22, 2001
Reading Triumph Over Hepatitis C has given me a whole new
outlook on life and a new life. In Dec. 2000 I was diagnosed
with Hep C. I was fatigued, depressed, confused and losing
my hair. I went for a check up and sent to a liver specialist.
My Liver Specialist? Said the only successful treatment was
interferon. He explained the treatment, the dreadful side
effects and the high rate of recurrence of the disease. Not
encouraging at all! He suggested as I was only experiencing
mild symptoms at this point to come back to see him in 6 months,
unless symptoms worsened. Well, he was the specialist after
all, so I decided to wait and see what this silent killer
was going to do to my body. In May 2001 I began researching
the web for a cure for my brother's prostrate cancer as I
heard there were alternative treatments to surgery. I came
across P C Spes and Lloyd Wright's Website "hepatitiscfree.com".
Of course I checked it out. I ordered the book and started
taking some of the suggested herbal supplements and modifying
my diet. I began noticing a difference within a week of the
way I felt. I had follow-up blood work done June 14, 2001.
My Hep C viral load by PCR dropped 400,000 points, my GGT
has dropped 60 points, my ALT dropped 11 points and my iron
serum level has dropped 78 points. This in less than one month
of only taking some of the supplements that help your body
produce its own natural interferon. I highly recommend, first,
if you have not been tested for Hep C to get tested, it is
a rapid growing epidemic, and second research this disease
and read this book. Our so-called liver specialist knows little
about this silent killer. As I said, it has changed my life.
I am no longer tired all the time, I am sleeping through the
night, my thought processes are clearer, and I'm no longer
losing my hair. I am looking forward to my next blood test.
Get this book and start your recovery today!
Taken from Amazon.com book reviews, June 20 2001.