off label treatment (i mean off label, not experimental) in hbv research center:
entecavir (baraclude) 0.5mg+nitazoxanide (alinia) 1500mg, when hbsag lowers to 1000-1500iu/ml we add stagger peginterferon to boost hbsag decrease and gain seroconversion or improve immune control by low hbsag
Just a quick note to say hi!
Hello Stef, my brother in law had hepatitis. He went on the ****** Therepy, you can find it online, above is a link to a video, it is used to CURE most cancers and chronic diseses, and it put his hepatitus in total remission. It has been 14 years now. He did it at home but they have a clinic in Mexico, Just felt compelled to pass it along. I have the book by auther Charlotte ****** and Beata Bishop. Here is a link that has more videos on the therapy. I just know it works and most people don't even know about it, so can never try it to, in most cases save their lives. Best wishes to you and any other person battling this disease. http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=the+******+miracle&FORM=VIRE5#ov_em
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