I would like to consulate about the "ozone therapy". I'm living in China, and my husband was found hepatitis B on 2010, after 18months treatment with injuct the interferon, now liver function has no problem, and he just stopped injecting.
Now I found out the "ozone therapy", it is a new treatment in China, be told that it has 7 years experience in developed countries. So I'm here to consulate, if anyone has be cured by ozone therapy? And someone knows if hepatitis B is able to be treated by ozone therapy?
thanks Stephen, I'm not sure if it calls "ozone therapy",cause there's no English transformation of this treatment: draw 50-100ml blood, 1:1 mix the medical ozone, then inject the blood back to the body. The whole operation will be took 20-30mins, and do it 1-4times per month.
According to Wikipedia, the method you described is one of the ways of applying ozone.
Medical ozone is administered:
Orally in the form of ozonated drinking water with a high concentration of dissolved ozone
Rectally via catheter
Vaginally via catheter
Aurally (in ears) via a stethoscope
Intravenously, either mixed with the patient's blood, or injected directly
There is absolutely no clinical evidence that ozone therapy can treat Hepatitis B.
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