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Blockbuster Hepatitis C Drug Has A Deadly Side Effect - Hepatitis B

Discussion in 'Scientific Studies' started by haidut, Oct 5, 2016.

  1. haidut

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    The FDA just released a statement requiring the insanely expensive hepatitis C drug to carry a blackbox warning or potentially deadly side effect - initiation or recurrence of hepatitis B infection. I always knew something was not right about this drug. The company was very hush-hush on the results of the clinical trial and to this day most of the results from the trial have not been publicly released, even though in theory FDA must have been told about them.

    FDA: Hepatitis C Drugs Carry Potentially Deadly Side Effect

    "...The Food and Drug Administration is requiring that its most serious warning be placed on high-profile drugs for treating hepatitis C, saying they can cause a reactivation of hepatitis B and subsequently have led to death in some patients. The direct-acting antiviral drugs – which include medicines under the brand names Sovaldi and Harvoni, as well as seven others – have high list prices that state governments, the Department of Veterans Affairs and prison systems have struggled to afford, with Sovaldi and Harvoni specifically costing tens of thousands of dollars for a full treatment."
     
  2. Dante

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    When sovaldi got released , i thought it was one of the biggest achievements of this decade of pharma industry. What would be an effective treatment for Hep C in your eyes/experience/knowledge ? Some older papers have used selenium, alpha lipoic acid but they just inhibit/slow viral replication but don't eradicate this like sovaldi/harvoni does.
     
  3. yomama

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    IMO there are a few points one should think of.
    First, drugs as Sofosbuvir etc. are not the miracle drugs as most people think. These do not eradicate nothing and in fact must be used as adjuvant of the standard peginterferon + ribavirin treatment in spite of what they say, being the peginterferon the main ingredient and also being the peginterferon basically the same interferon produced in much lesser amount by your own body.
    Second, nobody (official medicine first) still talk in terms of killing the Hep C virus, when you do a blood test they report the virus as detected or as "undectetable", most recent studies talk about how HIV/AIDS and Hep C "viruses" hide into the lymphatic system waiting for a better day. Lactoferrin and Monolaurin (Coconut Oil) are pretty effective against the virus.
    Third, there are enough authoritative sources that do not agree at all about defining the Hep C as a "viral" disease. Not to mention that sometimes cirrhosis develops just after doing the above standard Hep C treatment, I mean because the drugs side effects, which sky-rocket the inflammation, not the "virus".
     
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    Is it possible that the creators of Harvoni merely figured out a way to defeat the blood tests for Hep C and get their coveted "undectable" result for $90k each.

    Has anyone see any info that shows that doing this protocol extends lifespan?
     
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