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The hepatitis C study America never heard about - The Berkson Clinical Study

7/25/2013 - If someone were to take a look at the impressive credentials of Dr. Burton Berkson they would likely think that any study he conducted would easily find its way to publication - especially one which demonstrated remarkable success against chronic hepatitis C. Such was not the case with the Berkson...

Hepatitis C drug linked to 'fatal skin reaction'

1/17/2013 - If you or someone you know suffers from hepatitis C, you may want to think twice about succumbing to conventional drug treatment options, which could end up resulting in unexpected death. As reported by Army Times and others, Incivek (telaprevir), a popular drug used to treat hepatitis C, has been implicated...

Natural bioflavonoids kill hepatitis C virus

4/13/2011 - Hepatitis C is an infectious disease of the liver that can cause miserable symptoms including fatigue, lack of appetite, abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting. Caused by a virus, hepatitis C affects about 200 million people worldwide. In the U.S. alone, one to two percent of the population is infected....

Drug-addicted surgery tech gave hepatitis C to dozens of patients

3/30/2010 - A Colorado woman is facing a 20-year prison sentence for carelessly infecting at least 36 patients with hepatitis C during her time as a surgery technician. Kristen Parker somehow made it through hospital drug screening procedures and proceeded to steal drugs like Fentanyl from syringes and refill them...

The Hepatitis Epidemic and Natural Remedies That Can Help

4/3/2008 - Hepatitis C is considered an epidemic and is now killing more people than Aids/HIV - 30,000 a year and it`s going to get much worse. Right now, 5 million Americans are infected with Hepatitis C - and most of them don`t know it. That is 1 out of every 50 people; and some will be people you know. The...

Nevada Clinic's Unsafe Practices Lead to 6 Confirmed Hepatitis C Cases

3/18/2008 - An outbreak of six cases of hepatitis C was announced last week. The Endoscopy Center of Nevada is being investigated for the spread of hepatitis C from unsafe practices. The surgical center, as well as five other affiliated clinics, is currently closed. The health center is believed to have spread...

Obesity tied to hepatitis C treatment failure (press release)

8/17/2006 - Obese patients who are treated for chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection are more likely to have a better outcome if the underlying abnormalities caused by excessive fat tissue are corrected first, according to a review published in the medical journal Hepatology. The lead author, Dr. Michael...

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