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How To Triumph Over Hepatitis C
An Alternative Medicne Solution
author, Lloyd Wright
A Do-It-lYourself Guide
Hepatitis C Free
Asknod says "Today we are going to make radio history. I’ve kept my identity anonymous for six long years in an attempt to protect my claims from “shrinkage.” I won on November 21 officially as most know. There is no more need for secrecy. Some of you already know me from Veterans Today . "
IMMUNE HEALTH SERIES: Hepatitis C
Naomi Judd, the famous country singer, of "The Judds", is well known for retiring from a successful five-time Grammy Award winning singing career to focus on her life threatening battle with the Hepatitis C virus.
Hepatitis C, (also known as Hep C or HCV), means inflammation of the liver and it is so prevalent in America today that the Center for Disease Control estimates 4.4 million Americans are living with chronic hepatitis. Although it often shows no symptoms other than fatigue or general aches for many years, it is the leading cause of liver cancer and transplant.
Since her recovery, Naomi has been a vocal crusader for Hepititis C Awareness, and today she speaks worldwide about her integrated (both traditional and alternative) medicine cure, her personal experience riding her body of the Hep C virus, and her public life with it.
Listen to this fascinating episode as Boobie explains what integrated therapies that are available this "silent epidemic", and get the link to download Naomi's recommended Hep C reading list (and she did a LOT of reading on the subject).
An original inThought Expert Discussion Series archive recording from 15th April, 2010.
Join Dr Raymond Chung as he discusses the current hepatitis C standards of care and kind of focus on what the shortfalls of the therapy are.
To hear the entire discussion please contact us at www.in-thought.com
Dr. Robert G. Gish the Medical Director of the Liver Transplant Program and Chief of the Division of Hepatology and Complex Gastroenterology at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco, California goes onlinewithandrea to discuss the latest information on Hepatitis C including treatments, etc. Hosted by Andrea R. Garrison.
Recently, the development of new drugs for hepatitis C has changed the management of liver transplant patients. Two newly approved medications are now being combined with traditional treatments to form a powerful new drug cocktail, improving the outcomes among patients with this challenging disease. The new cocktail, part of the arsenal of treatment at the Center for Liver Disease and Transplantation, adds the newly approved drugs (telaprevir and boceprevir) to antivirals already in use for Hepatitis C (pegylated interferon and ribavirin). Together, the formula increases the cure rate from 40-50% to 70-80% and shortens the treatment time by half.
Join us November 14th at 1:00 PM/ET on Columbia Surgery Blog Talk Radio to chat with Hepatologist Elizabeth Verna, MD, MS, Assistant Professor of Medicine at NYP/Columbia’s Center for Liver Disease and Transplantation and Robert S. Brown Jr., MD, MPH, Director of the Center for Liver Disease and Transplantation. Speak to our experts about these new and exciting treatment options and learn more about Hepatitis C and the triple viral therapy medications. Dr. Verna and Dr. Brown will answer your questions live, such as:
How does the triple viral therapy medications work together to better target the Hepatitis C infection? What is triple viral therapy’s role in liver transplantation?
To submit a question for our doctors before the show, visit our question submission form or tweet an “@” reply to @columbiasurgery.
The love of the natural world led Nina L. Paul to study and work in the field of science and health research and communication. She started down this path at SUNY Purchase, where she received her bachelor’s degree in biology and performed research in the field of neuroimmunology.
After working in medical publishing at Rockefeller University Press (Journal of Clinical Investigation), she studied for her master’s degree and PhD in infectious disease epidemiology (the study of diseases) and immunobiology from Yale University.
After leaving Yale, Nina pursued postdoctoral research in London and Oxford, England. Nina’s research focused on human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and related viruses and their interaction with the immune system. She also pursued meditation and yoga and was learning to “see” in a different way.
In 1999 while living in New Mexico, she started studying Reiki I and II and then studied Reiki III and Masters teacher training in Oregon and NY.
Nina is the author of Reiki for Dummies and Living with Hepatitis C For Dummies.
Currently living on the coast of Maine, USA, Nina uses Reiki as a tool to connect to the greater energy that connects us all.
Website: www.ninapaul.info Twitter: @ninapaul Blog: http://www.ninapaul.blogspot.com
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ABOUT DARNELLA ALLEN
In 2002 while living in Hawaii, Darnella Allen was diagnosed with Hepatitis C. She had moved there to care for her nine year old granddaughter while her daughter was in Afghanistan. Darnella reports that this became a wilderness experience. During this time her faith and her relationship with God reached an intensity that she had never experienced. She became involved in advocating for a cure for Hepatitis C She found the only Hepatitis C support group on the island, a. She was led to the top Hepatitis specialist on the island, even though she had no insurance. As a result of her illness, a passion to educate and advocate was birthed. After returning to the mainland, Darnella Allen founded LEAPS; Liver Education Advocacy & Prevention Services. Tonight Darnella will educate us about Hepatitis C, its signs, symptoms, progression and treatment.
ABOUT PATRCE GAINES
Patrice Gaines is a motivational speaker, author, journalist and co-founder of The Brown Angel Center, a program in Charlotte, NC that runs workshops for women in the Charlotte Jail. She is also a spiritual life coach dedicated to helping others transform their lives and understand they are able to do so. Her autobiography Laughing in the Dark details her journey from life as a heroin user and abused woman to become an award-winning journalist and good mother. She is also author of Moments of Grace, which outlines her path to change. Ms. Gaines uses her personal story and training to encourage others through speeches, writings and workshops. Patrice’s goal is to use language—whether written or spoken—to heal, uplift and encourage. That doesn’t mean she isn’t funny as heck sometimes. She believes laughter makes the pain, the challenges—and the years—go by much more quickly.