The Hepatitis C Help Book: A Groundbreaking Treatment Program Combining Western and Eastern Medicine for Maximum Wellness and Healing

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St. Martin's Press, May 14, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 304 pages
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Hepatitis C has been called "the emergent and preeminent public-health problem of the twenty-first century-surpassing HIV." It has also been dubbed "The Shadow Epidemic," because it is one of the most clandestine of viruses and infects healthy people who have no idea they are being attacked by something they can't even detect. Now, two experts on hepatitis C have teamed up to write a complete guide to orthodox and alternative treatment options. The book includes programs for self-care, nutritional and fitness plans, and a comprehensive Western and Chinese medical treatment program.

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Misha Ruth Cohen, O.M.D., L.A.c., is clinical director of Chicken Soup Chinese Medicine in San Francisco, cofounder and research and education chair of Quan Yin Healing Arts Center, and Research Associate at the University of California Medical School, all in San Francisco. She is a pioneer in the use of Chinese Medicine for treating hepatitis C.

Robert G. Gish, M.D., is an internationally recognized liver specialist, Medical Director of the liver transplant program of the California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco, and Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of California in San Francisco.

Kalia Doner is a seasoned journalist and author of some twenty books on wellness and healing.

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