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Offline Humanoligist

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hep C r&d
« on: 19/05/2006 19:01:57 »
I was wondering if anyone has knowledge of any Tx on the horizon for Hep C other than Interferon. Any nutritional or hemeopathic tx that has been shown to work or isolate the bug.


 

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Re: hep C r&d
« Reply #1 on: 19/05/2006 19:11:12 »
wow..I just did a search of hepititus on this scientific board and found nothing! is anyone aware that this is going beyond epidemic..???
 

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Re: hep C r&d
« Reply #2 on: 19/05/2006 22:10:18 »
Urm, I can't be bothered with the search engine on this site since it nearly always times out on me.. I'm quite prepared to believe there isn't anything, but you could try searching for hepatitis (the more conventional spelling...)

I wasn't personally aware it was going "beyond epidemic".. not that I'd expect to be so. I thought it was something that was transmitted by infected blood products/organ donations and very occasionally by sexual intercourse.
Do you have any stats?

What does "tx" mean?
 

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