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HBV treatment

Hepatitis B may lead to Pancreatic cancer. Image by: Freedigitalphotos.

Thousands, of researchers around the world are buckling down to find a cure for cancer. And not for nothing, turns out that cancer mortality rates are among the highest in the world [1].
Talking about cancer, apparently, there is a definite connection in most cases between cancer and viral infection [2-3].

I would like to focus on the Hepatitis B virus. It is a virus that infects the liver, and is capable of causing a long term infection, called chronic hepatitis B. What’s interesting is that you may be infected with hepatitis B and not even be aware of it, while still spreading the virus to others.

Apparently, an infection with Hepatitis B virus (HBV) is associated with an increased risk of pancreatic cancer [6].

Apparently, an infection with Hepatitis B virus (HBV) is associated with an increased risk of pancreatic cancer [6].

This fact can be very encouraging because now patients are in a a better starting point when it comes to treating pancreatic cancer, for instance, doctors can now treat pancreatic cancer by targeting Hepatitis B virus, apart from chemotherapy, that has very harsh side effects.
In my opinion, in most cases, it’s better treating viral infections with natural remedies. For instance, according to a study, “catechins”, found in green tea, are great and effective against viruses [4]. And it doesn’t end there, blueberry leaves contain an active ingredient that has the ability to inhibit Hepatitis C virus replication [5]. How awesome is that????

However, there’s a limit to the amount of tea one can drink a day. Therefore, it’s better off taking natural antiviral supplements. They are far more concentrated, and don’t require consuming specific foods when you’re not in the mood.
For starters, garlic may be beneficial owing to its ability to boost the immune system [7], and is available in stores in the form of capsules.

natural antiviral remedies

For more information about natural antiviral treatment click: http://www.buy-gene-eden.com/

In addition, there’s Novirin and Gene- Eden- VIR. They are natural antiviral dietary supplements backed by clinical studies followed FDA guidelines [4]. Their formula contains five natural ingredients: Selenium, Camellia Sinesis Extract, Quercetin, Cinnamomum Extract, and Licorice Extract. All of which act as excellent antiviral, according to several studies.

Every day, hundreds and thousands of scientific studies concerning viral infections are published, not to mention cancer discoveries. It is important we take advantage of this acquired knowledge in our favor for a healthier life. Remember one important thing: Health is freedom.

 

 

 

References:
1. Stewart, Bernard W., and Paul Kleihues, eds.World cancer report. Vol. 57. Lyon: IARC press, 2003.
2. Dalgleish, A. G. “Viruses and cancer.”British medical bulletin” 47.1 (1991): 21-46.
3. Weiss, Robin A. “Viruses and cancer.”British journal of cancer” 72.1 (1995): 253.
4. Gene-Eden-VIR is Antiviral: Results of a Post marketing clinical study. Published in September 2013.
5. Ishida, Yo-ichi, Masahiko Takeshita, and Hiroaki Kataoka. “Functional foods effective for hepatitis C: Identification of oligomeric proanthocyanidin and its action mechanism.”World journal of hepatology 6.12 (2014): 870.
6. Association Between HBsAg Positivity and Pancreatic Cancer: a Meta-Analysis. Published on May 2, 2014.
7. Rios, J. L., and M. C. Recio. “Medicinal plants and antimicrobial activity.”Journal of ethnopharmacology 100.1 (2005): 80-84.

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