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Testimonials From Patients With Heaptitis C and Cirrhosis


The following below are three successful cases we chose to demonstrate the effectiveness of the medicine Hepatitis Recovery Capsule. We will publish more such reports after getting permission from more patients. Please click the picture to read the enlarged ones.

Case 1
Name: Yang Hui Ping, female. HCV RNA testing positive before taking Hepatitis Recovery Capsule in March, 2001. HCV RNA testing negative after taking the medicine 2 months.


Case 2
Name: Shu Mo. Aged 18, living in Henan Province. Began taking the medicine in 2001. Checked the HCV RNA level in the First Affiliation Hospital of Xinxiang Medical Institute on March 18, 2002 and the result is 1.79 X 10 5 IU / ml. Continue taking the medicine and checked HCV RNA level again in the same hospital on May 8, 2002 and the result was 4.9 X 10 4 IU / ml. On October 16, 2002 checked HCV RNA level again and the results was 0 IU / ml. No relapse later on. The symptoms such as fatigue, poor appetite,vague pain with liver disappeared in 2 months time.

Case 3
Name: Ms. Lee, age 27, living in Shanghai
On October 11, 2002, the HCV RNA level was 9.0 X 10 6 / ml. Then took the medicine and on February 14, 2003 checked the level again and the result was HCV RNA negative. No relapse later on.

Case 4
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Case 5
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Case 6

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Dear Dr lee

This is Dr Jean in New york. I have started taking your pills as prescribed on July 29th. Effectively, the fatigue, the ribs and chest pain, the sloppy tools faded away. But myy supply is coming to an end.

My ALT is still up to the upper sixties. I would like to continue with the med, but my hard drive has crashed down and I have lost the address . could you please tell me again the address I want to buy it now , so I don't get any gap....I wish to receive it in 15 days
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sincerely yours
Dr. Jean, md
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Case 7
Hi Dr. Lee, I have had hep C for 33 years. On Nov.13, 2003, my viral load was 4,110,000. I started the hep C pill that day.. On Jan. 13, 2004 my viral load was reduced to only 463,000. I still have about one and one half months supply of pills to take and I'm wondering if I should order more hep C pills (since it will take quite a while for them to get here) or if it will be necessary. Or should I take the cirrosis pill next. Your advice on how to proceed next would be most helpful. I am thanking God for this medication as I have been sick for many years!  Truly, Jane Ridley


Case 8
> -------Original Message-------
> From: painter@co..............
> To: doctor.lee@damo-qigong.net
> Subject: Enquiry | (Hepatitis)
> Sent: Oct 16 '10 21:25
> > Please find below a message submitted on 2010-10-16 at 13:25
> > fullname: How>>>>>>>>
> > email: painter@co>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
> > subject: cirrhosis and hep-c
> > comments: I had two liver transplant i have cirrhosis and hep-c i am on your cirrhosis recovery and i feel alot better working full time how lone can i take the cirrhosis recovery pill

Case 9

>  -------Original Message-------
>  From: bentshouse@d>>>>>>>>
>  To: doctor.lee@damo-qigong.net
>  Subject: [Contact Form] Lab Work Results
>  Sent: Dec 03 '10 10:41
>  
>  William Bent sent a message using the contact form at  
http://www.hepatitisherb.com/contact.
>  
>  Hello, Dr. Lee,
>  This message is to let you know that my Hepatitis Viral Level decreased from  
>  1,225,648 (on 4/15/10) to 877,000  (on 10/22/10) after taking the Hepatitis  
>  Recovery Capsule, and my AST was 62 and ALT was 61 in April.  AST was 40 and  
>  ALT was 45 in October.  I believe that this herbal formula is saving my life!
>  I had been practicing Qigong a little bit.  I will resume my Qigong practice  
>  and I am sure that when I test again in April, I will have very good news!  
>  Thank you, Dr. Lee, and thanks to all of the good people who helped to  
>  develop this herbal formula!
>  Warmest Regards,
>  William Bent
>  

Case 10

Hi Dr. Lee, I have had hep C for 33 years. On Nov.13, 2003, my viral load was 4,110,000. I started the hep C pill that day.. On Jan. 13, 2004 my viral load was reduced to only 463,000. I still have about one and one half months supply of pills to take and I'm wondering if I should order more hep C pills (since it will take quite a while for them to get here) or if it will be necessary. Or should I take the cirrosis pill next. Your advice on how to proceed next would be most helpful. I am thanking God for this medication as I have been sick for many years!  Truly, Jane Ridley

 


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REQUIRED LEGAL DISCLAIMER: These statements and information on this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration - FDA - though complete recovery and extensive healing from HCV is reported successful in many cases documented in China through the use of these herbal products.  Chinese Herbal Medicine has a very long, extensive and proud documented history of successfully treating disease through its natural herbal remedies in China.  These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. If you suspect that you have a medical problem or are HCV positive, promptly contact your health care provider. The information on this Web site is designed for educational purposes only. This information is not intended to be a substitute for informed medical advice or care. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat any health problems, illnesses or HCV infection without consulting your family doctor or primary health care provider first. Please consult a doctor or primary health care provider with any questions or concerns you might have regarding your health or possible HCV infection.
 
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