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This 52-year-old male called me yesterday and faxed me his
blood work because his doctor did not have time to explain
it. He was on my program for two months when his doctor convinced
him to try peg intron for a study being offered.
he stopped my program his viral load was 1.904.149.
That was 11/29/00
Six months of peg intron and his viral load was 4.455.710
told me a good day on peg intron was a day he could 'lift
his head off the pillow'! That is an exact quote.
started back on my program, realizing he had to live with
this and interferons are not life friendly.
9/18/01 his viral load was 3.570.492.
His next test was on 1/9/02. His viral load was 2.160.289.
His SGOT 32, his SGPT 35, Protein, total, serum 7.2 Bilirubin
rest of his blood work is also perfect with the exception
of WBC count; RBC count and Platelet count being on the low
side as a direct result of the negative side effects of peg
intron. Blood Tests on file.
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