`Triumph Over Hepatitis C' Book to be Translated February 18, 2003
Source: Karpe Communications
Best-Selling `Triumph Over Hepatitis C' Book to be Translated,
Published in China, Korea and Japan
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 17, 2003 (PRIMEZONE)
-- "Triumph Over Hepatitis C," the best-selling
book that details an alternative treatment program for
Hepatitis C sufferers and challenges the generally accepted
and sole treatment regimen currently available from the
U.S. medical establishment for treating the disease, will
be translated and published in China, Korea and Japan,
author and publisher Lloyd Wright has announced today.
Wright, who in the book recounts the medical treatment
plan that proved nearly fatal for him and then documents
his subsequent development of an herbal-based regimen
that has completely cleared the disease from his body,
self-published "Triumph Over Hepatitis C" and
its companion book, "Hepatitis C Free," in 1999.
Since that time, the books have consistently ranked at
or near the top of various best-seller lists in their
specialty health-care category.
With growing attention focused on the disease in the
United States, where up to some 15 million Americans are
believed to now be infected, and a growing awareness of
the endemic proportions the disease has taken in Asia
since the first test for it was developed in 1991, Wright
expects to see a sharp increase in both book sales and
for his herbal treatment products.
"But what's most important is that those diagnosed
with the disease know that there is an alternative to
the debilitating and ineffective interferon therapy now
prescribed by the medical community," said Wright.
"I know firsthand how interferon therapy does not
work -- it nearly killed me -- and, likewise, I know,
as do thousands of others I have documented, what does
Desperate sufferers of the disease, many in the chronic-
and end-stages of it, have turned to Wright's books and
his products to successfully treat the disease. With
the translation of the books in Asia, and the much greater
acceptance of herbal products to treat medical problems
in that region of the world, Wright should be a popular
and credible authority.
Published by Atrium Publishing of Canada, the books will
be promoted by Wright during a series of speaking engagements.
Dates for the translation and book tour were not yet available.
CONTACT: Karpe Communications