Interferon Side-effect relief December 14, 2003
I have been urging my friend G. for many months now to try
your program. I appreciate your response to my inquiry
last year. His doctor refused to monitor him if he did
not undertake Peg-Intron and Ribavirin, and with some insurance
considerations decided to submit to that. He is also
taking erythropoietin to mitigate anemia.
He is enduring the side effects of profound fatigue and abnormal
blood chemistry bravely, but cannot work. Is there anything
which could give him some relief while he finishes the few
months remaining of this "mandated" treatment?
G. says that he plans to follow your program afterward to
insure a sustained response, since the doctor is willing to
continue monitoring viral load. He and I both wish
that there is some way to formally document efficacy, in spite
of the establishment opposition. I appreciate your efforts
to help those who suffer from our medical
There are many things that can and should be done. Living
with low platelets and low red and white blood cells is
not healthy, can lead to many different problems in the
provides some relief from some of the side effects. It
helps with the attack on the neurotransmitters.
Thymus and Natcell
Liver help with T cell activity and Red and
White Blood cell activity. Natcell Liver can increase
the red blood cell count.
During interferon the platelet count drops dramatically.
Platelets are made in the liver and when it is being assaulted
one needs to support it. These two items alone can
raise the platelets while on interferon.
I also strongly recommend drinking milk thistle
seed tea and dandelion root tea.
This is necessary to keep the poison flowing out of the
liver as much as possible.
C should be taken in high doses to strengthen
the immune system. There are many other items one
should do to protect ones self from interferon but I have
found that people on it are not going to do much if anything
so this is a minimum recommendation.