About Me: Male, 32, Manila, Philippines, member since Apr 2012
I'm Engr J Delacruz, 31 Male from Manila, Philippines. Cured from Chronic Hepa B.
Healthy Carrier at Age 16
[More] Chronic Active at Age 28
Cured from Chronic Hepa B at Age 31
Active Researcher for Hepa B Cure.
Combines Natural Supplements with Antiviral Medicine
Science is gift from God and Health is personal responsibility.
hello po! ask lng po sana aq qng ano po naTake nyo n gamot at gumaling kau sa hepa b? e2 po result ng skin HBSAG result 18.68..reference range <0.13 IU/mL...my pag-asa pa po b aqng gumaling? last Feb 2013 lng po aq nadiagnosed n my hepa aq,pro pnbayaan q lng kc sbi nila matatanggal after 6mos,pro nung July 2014,ngpahepa test ulit aq pro reactive p rin kya ngpacheck-up n aq.then nagtake aq LIVERCARE,4 cartons naubos q pro wla p rin kya ngreseta ulit ung Dr,ng Godex ms malakas dw un kso mahal..82 each..pro okay lng po qng dun aq gagaling..2x a day po ang take q cmula kahapon!..sna matulungan nyo po aq! tnx
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