Approximately 10 percent of all cases of Hepatitis B will progress to a chronic stage. These persons develop cirrhosis and may need liver transplantation.

Hepatitis C is usually without symptoms early and the patients goes to the physician years later because of fatigue. Muscle pain may be prominent along with decreased appetite. Impaired mental performance can be seen. Most cases of Hepatitis C appear to be transmitted by blood contact but the disease may be spread sexually. Most cases of Hepatitis C progress to a chronic form. Currently Hepatitis C is the primary cause for liver transplantation. There are believed be about 4,500,000 persons with Hepatitis C in the U. S. currently.

Hepatitis B is caused by the Hepatitis B virus (HBV). Approximately 30 percent of patients have no symptoms. The most common symptoms are jaundice, fatigue, abdominal pain, loss of appetite, and nausea and vomiting.

Ninety percent of children born to an infected mother will develop chronic Hepatitis B. Ten per cent of individuals will develop chronic Hepatitis B following initial infection will progress to cirrhosis and may need liver transplantation. Approximately 15 to 25 percent of chronic Hepatitis B patients will die of the disease as a consequence of chronic liver disease.

The disease can be acquired by sexual transmission, intravenous needle sharing, needlestick accidents in the workplace, and from the infected mother during childbirth.

Vaccination against Hepatitis B has been offered to health care workers since 1982. This vaccine is now mandatory for all children.

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Thymic Extract was developed by Dr. Carson Burgstiner after he had contracted a Hepatitis B infection. Six weeks after beginning thymic extract his blood serology for Hepatitis B reverted to normal after 7 years of illness. In addition to thymic extract this substance contains vitamins, herbs, food concentrates and minerals. Experimentation revealed that the thymic extract alone without the supplements was ineffective in treating patients.

By 1998, 84 cases of Hepatitis B had been arrested with thymic extract and 34 cases of Hepatitis C had been arrested. Patients with Hepatitis C have had their liver tests improve and some have even had their serology test for Hepatitis C revert to normal. Because Hepatitis C is a progressive disease which often results in liver transplantation or death we think that all patients with progressing Hepatitis B and C should try several months of thymic extract.

Hepatitis B and C have improved after use of thymic extract.

The dosage of thymic extract is two pills three times daily.

We think that patients with progressing liver disease from Hepatitis B and C have a good chance to improve with thymic extract.

Chronic Hepatitis B and C are serious illnesses. Hepatitis C infections are the leading cause for liver transplantation.

Thymic extract has proven its ability to help patients with both these conditions. Many persons with auto immune diseases (rheumatoid arthritis, subacute lupus erythematosus, multiple sclerosis and psoriasis) have also been helped by thymic extract. We think that a three month trial in patients with Hepatitis should be adequate to ascertain if improvement will be forthcoming.