June 2, 2002 a client who has been on my program for about
one year called and told me an interesting story I thought
many would like to hear. He does a lot of my program and
feels good and is back to work doing well. He was given
Hepatitis C viva a blood transfusion after being shot in
Vietnam in 1969.
1990 he was bitten by a tick and was latter diagnosed with
Limes disease, something I know little about and hear about
a lot. I was informed that every year at about the same
time near the end of May he goes to the doctor to be tested
and goes on a coarse of antibiotics. Further he informed
me that during this time he would lose the ability to speak,
think straight and there were other serious symptoms.
one year on my program for hepatitis C he goes to the doctor
and gets his usual test for limes disease. The test comes
back negative after 10 years of being positive.
His doctor tells him, "this can't be, once you have it you
have it you always have it and it is gone".
client tells his doctor about all the things he has been
taking for hep C and asks if it could have been anything
he was taking for hep C that made it go away. His doctor
just said, "once you have it, it does not go away and it
client was overjoyed and filled with enthusiasm. I do not
have this blood test on file but I asked for it. Mentioning
this episode is not intended to sell, advertise or suggest
a cure for anything. My client and I just thought
it was interesting, very interesting. The FDA has evaluated
nothing in the preceding.