By Misha Ruth Cohen & Robert Gish
Trade paperback book
Described as “a complete guide to orthodox and alternative treatment problems,” this work first gives to the reader a detailed knowledge base about the facts, myths, and misunderstandings concerning Hepatitis C. Its ultimate purpose, after ensuring that its audience is properly informed, is to present a “a groundbreaking treatment program combining Western and Eastern medicine.” Western therapies discussed include interferon, ribavirin, thymus-derived products, viral blocks, and more. Eastern therapies covered include herbal medicine, Chinese nutritional therapy, acupuncture, acupressure, and qigong. Other sections address the specifics of the disease, and how to manage them: digestive dysfunction, fatigue, depression and fuzzy thinking, aches and pains, and addiction management. Extensive notes, resources, and more make this book truly complete.