April 5, 2017

HepCured - Cure for Hepatitis C

Hepatitis A and B are the most common virus of hepatitis. The less known form is Hepatitis C virus that can cause permanent liver damage. Most of the time, this leads to liver cancer. 

Hepatitis C is spread through contact with the blood of an infected person. The hepatitis C virus is not spread by sweat, tears, or urine. You cannot get it through casual contact, food, water, sneezing, coughing, or breathing air.

The most common way people get hepatitis C is by sharing needles. Tattoos and body piercings done with contaminated needles can spread hepatitis C. Sharing razors, nail clippers, and toothbrushes may also spread the virus. There is a small risk of transmission during sex.

About 80 percent of the people who are infected with hepatitis C are unable to clear the virus from their bodies, becoming hepatitis C carriers. As long as the virus is in the body, it can be passed to other people. It can take as long as 20 years for symptoms of liver disease to appear. A special blood test for hepatitis C is the only way to tell if you have it.
Unfortunately, while there are vaccinations against hepatitis A and hepatitis B, there is no vaccine to prevent infection with Hepatitis C. Good news is, there is a cure for Hepatitis C! But very few people know about it.

Enter HepCured -- a movement that promotes awareness and treatment of Hepatitis C which was recently launched through the website www.hepcured.net.

Through HepCured, Hepatitis C patients can search for treatments and remedies that are more accessibly priced and can be found in non-traditional sources.

Four years ago having Hepatitis C was a death sentence, there was no cure yet. Now, powerful medicines with a cure rate of 94%-97% have been discovered. And affordable generic options are available so there is nothing to fear. 

Behind HepCured is former photographer, action star, movie producer, and Hepatitis C survivor Derek Dee. “It is through constant updating and sharing of knowledge that the disease can be identified, battled, and defeated,” he declares. 

For more information, log on to www.hepcured.net or visit their Facebook page, @DerekDeeTheHepster.

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