Everyday I hear stories from victims of Hepatitis C that
would be easily dismissed as fiction by the medical community
not to mention the average American.
With their arrogant attitudes and demeaning behavior, many
doctors just smile and chuckle when asked about the healing
potential of herbs. However, some of the success stories Iíve
heard from my clients canít just be dismissed with a chuckle
and a smile. In fact, a good number of their stories even out
do my own personal account.
For example, today I heard from a client of mine from
Arizona. Sheís forty-two years old and only three months ago
underwent gallbladder surgery. She had a liver biopsy
performed during the procedure. The results of the biopsy were
clear; chronic Hepatitis C, stage 2 cirrhosis. The
Hepatologist told the patient her condition was too bad to
treat with Interferon and that she would need a liver
transplant. Thus the doctor put her on the list.
After some research, the woman read my book, "Triumph
Over Hepatitis C." Liking what she saw, she decided to
give the program a try. After three months of the program, she
returned to see the doctor at the University of Arizona
Teaching Hospital. Upon seeing her, the doctor admits he did
not expect to see her looking so healthy.
The lady tells the doctor that sheís been taking herbs.
Immediately the doctor states, "I must have been wrong, I
must have made a mistake when reading your reports." The
lady retorts "listen to me, Iíve been taking
Ignoring her, the doctor hands her a form to sign so he can
acquire the slides of her biopsy to reexamine them. The doctor
then states, "You can not get well from this
I would love to meet this "fool" in a public
forum and debate him on these issues.
Another terrific story has unfolded in the last few weeks.
Three weeks ago, a forty year-old female calls me. She sounds
near death, weak, confused, hopeless, and definitely well
beyond her years. She tells me that following my program cured
her friend. She tells me that she has read my book and that
she needs help because her doctor is killing her. She
enlightens me on the horrors she has faced. She says her
doctor has had her on Interferon since 1997 (11 months on, 2
months off, 11 months on, 2 months off for four years). I tell
her that she should already be dead. She then says that she
has been on Pegulated Interferon for 5 weeks.
We talk for a couple more hours, the whole time sheís
telling me how terrible her life has become. Her husband was
on the phone some of the conversation and he confirmed her
She then tells me she has had four liver biopsies. When she
reads them to me, Iím thinking to myself, "these are
the best liver biopsies Iíve ever heard." She then
states that her doctor told her that her viral load was off
the charts, that it was so high it couldnít be measured.
The test she was given was PCR RNA HCV Qualitative, the
test with a range that just stated, "greater than
I thought this is beginning to sound like she was used as a
guinea pig to determine the long-term effects of Interferon. I
know not many people could tolerate Interferon for that length
of time. She was the perfect victim because of the simple fact
that she kept on being a victim.
She then tells me she had pleaded with the doctor to let
her stop the Pegulated Interferon, but he had stated that she
would die if she stopped.
I pleaded with her and her husband to stop the insidious
criminal activity being perpetuated by the doctor. She obliged
and stopped taking Interferon. She went on my full program.
After a few days, her husband called me late at night. He
asks, "What have you done to my wife?" He tells me
that when he came home from work he found the house clean,
cleaner than it had been since his wife had begun taking
Interferon. He said his wife had also taken down and washed
all the curtains. He happily told me that he and his wife
spent the rest of the evening putting the curtains back up. He
had his wife back and I could feel his joy.
These are just two of the success stories Iíve heard. If
I wanted to document everyone Iíve heard I would have to
take off a couple years, so for now, I will keep you keep
sending along a few stories of hope as I have time.
How long will it take before "doctors" realize
that the health of their patients is more important than the
money that finds its way into their overstuffed wallets?
Hopefully, not too long.