Hepatitis B & C
Hepatitis B (Hep B or HBV) is a disease affecting the liver that is caused by the hepatitis B virus. Hep B is spread through contact with bodily fluids from an HBV infected person. People can become infected with hepatitis B through sexual intercourse, drug use that includes sharing syringes or other shared paraphernalia equipment, tattoo needles, and items such as razors and toothbrushes.
Hepatitis C (Hep C or HCV) is a virus that is transmitted through contact with the blood of an infected person. Hepatitis C is a direct cause of liver disease. Although for some Hep C can be a virus that infects the body for a short period of time; for most of the population HCV can develop into a life-lasting and chronic infection or cause death. Unlike Hepatitis A and B, there is currently no vaccine available to prevent Hepatitis C. There are, however, viable treatment options to promote health and longevity in HCV carriers.
Infusion Therapy: is another viable treatment option to fight HCV. Infusion Therapy is administered to Hepatitis C infected patients through the use of intravenous infusions (IV). You can learn more about Infusion Therapy HERE