a)is virohep available in medical stores in india & if not how do i get it?
b) what are the side effects of taking virohep regularly?
c) if hep B is continuing since two years, can virohep be started?
d)should i go for interferon therapy?
Virohep production has been stopped. I called the pharma company HQ in mumbai and got this information. I also tried to contact the person (Dr Thyagarajan who is now the head of reserach in Ramachandra medical university in chennai, Tamil nadu, india) who had invented this but till now there is no response from him :-(
Virohep has been released into the market touting as a cure medicine, Soon it was realised that it is not effective against Hepatitis B, currently drugs like Baraclude are considered as the first line of choice in the treatment....Moreover Baraclude is the only anti-viral drug that claims seroconversion rate of 21%.
Hepatitis B has no general answer, it depends from person to person, so Is very hard that somebody to answer to your questions as long as no analyses result are presented.
Do you have some analysis results?
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