Hepatitis C Free: Alternative Medicine vs. the Drug Industry: The People Speak

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When Lloyd Wright published Triumph over Hepatitis C: An Alternative Medicine Solution in 1999 -- which chronicled his own diagnosis and dramatic recovery from Hepatitis C -- he had no idea it would strike such a deep nerve in people across the country and reveal such a depth of inadequacy in the American medical system. The only drug approved by the FDA for the treatment of hepatitis is Interferon (and its various combinations). Unfortunately, Interferon is not only hopelessly inadequate, it is a barbaric, ...
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Overview

When Lloyd Wright published Triumph over Hepatitis C: An Alternative Medicine Solution in 1999 -- which chronicled his own diagnosis and dramatic recovery from Hepatitis C -- he had no idea it would strike such a deep nerve in people across the country and reveal such a depth of inadequacy in the American medical system. The only drug approved by the FDA for the treatment of hepatitis is Interferon (and its various combinations). Unfortunately, Interferon is not only hopelessly inadequate, it is a barbaric, destructive, and deadly treatment that is forced on those suffering from Hepatitis C as the only option. Lloyd Wright's personal experience proves there is hope in the natural remedies that have existed for thousands of years. Thousands have benefited from his remarkable story of recovery. Since the publication of his first book, he has received over 50,000 letters and phone calls from people struggling with their own diagnosis and their frustration and anger with standard medicine. Hepatitis C Free: Alternative Medicine vs. the Drug Industry: The People Speak is offered as a companion volume to Lloyd's first book in order to give a voice to those searching for safer alternatives. For truly, the people's right to control their own health, and their freedom to demand healthcare that will not destroy them Cannot be Silenced. Read and listen to what these Americans have to say!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780967640433
  • Publisher: Wright, Lloyd Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/28/2004
  • Pages: 327
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements 7
Introduction 9
1 The Silent Killer 15
2 Going Out on a Limb Where The Fruit Is 57
3 Pandora's Box 81
4 The Hypocritical Oath 123
5 Conventional Medicine Can Kill You 159
6 Treatment "Interferon'ing" With Your Life? 209
7 Healing Teas 279
8 Book Reviews on Amazon.com 293
9 Inside Prison Walls: Getting Herbal Therapy To Prisoners With Hep C 305
10 In Closing--Recipe for Recovery 315
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