Curative effects for other diseases

Viral hepatitis (1)

Case 1: N.K. (male, born in 1958)
Hepatitis C and B are highly sensitive to our microwaves.  Patients suffering from these viruses usually experience an increase of mercury in the liver, pancreas and large intestine, as well as iron in the liver. They also have a high risk of transition to liver cirrhosis and liver cancer.  Irradiation of these microwaves on the whole body will gradually decrease the virus activity.  Even after the virus activity is annihilated, however, serological values still vary depending on individuals, but transition to liver cirrhosis or liver cancer will no longer be observed.  The average irradiation time for annihilating the activity is twice a week for 16 to 20 times in total in case of hepatitis C, and twice a week for 25 to 30 times in total in case of hepatitis B.
     The patient was a medical professional, and had once pricked himself with a used injection needle. He had been suffering from tiredness and hepatic dysfunction due to hepatitis C for 5 years.  He visited our clinic on December 28, 2000.  His GOT value was 100IU/ℓ and his GPT was 200IU/ℓ. He took Chinese herbal medicine, propolis and vitamin C.  On June 15, 2001, microwaves were irradiated on his liver once for three seconds.  By March 22, 2001, his GOT had risen to 150IU/ℓ, and the GPT was up to 300IU/ℓ. We advised him to take turmeric and Chinese Tienchi ginseng to improve his liver function.  Resonance response to HCV was observed in October, 2004, so microwaves were irradiated on his whole body twice.  On February 16, 2006, resonance response to mercury and highly concentrated iron was observed in his liver, pancreas and large intestine, so we administered orally activated charcoal. By the end of 2007, the response to mercury had disappeared, and the iron value was back to normal.  His liver function and HCV-RNA values were lowered and stabilized.  As of January, 2011, he is in good condition (Fig. 1)