Australia’s miracle cures: miracle cures, miracle treatments, miracle cures
Here’s the story of how the Australian Food Standards and Marketing Authority (AFSMA) discovered that a miraculous cure for hepatitis C was a miracle cure.
In February 2015, the AFSMA launched a public awareness campaign called ‘The Great Catch’ that highlighted the importance of vitamin A supplements in the fight against hepatitis C. More than 1,500 Australians, mostly women, were tested for hepatitis A and were told that they had hepatitis C and the cure was vitamin A. The first case was found in the community of the Alice Springs suburb of Grafton in February 2015.
Hepatitis A is the virus that causes cirrhosis of the liver.
A man in his late 30s died from cirrhotic liver disease after he was given a vitamin A capsule.
Two other people, both men, died from hepatitis A later that year.
In May, a second case was reported in Alice Springs.
Four months later, in August, a woman in her 30s was diagnosed with cirrhic liver disease.
Her liver function tests came back positive for hepatitis, which meant that her liver was failing.
When she was diagnosed, her doctors said they were going to have to stop taking her drugs, because she had a liver transplant.
She went to a specialist and was put on a six-week course of vitamin D supplements.
It’s believed that this was the first case of hepatitis C to be cured using a miracle medicine.
Vitamin A is found in high amounts in the skin, the bones and in the blood.
Since then, there have been more than 2,200 cases of hepatitis A across Australia.
Australian experts have been working closely with scientists at the National Institute for Health and Welfare (NIRD), the US government’s scientific agency, to understand what the science is behind vitamin A’s role in the hepatitis C battle.
Professor James McVean, an immunologist from the University of Sydney, said it was important to understand that vitamin A is very well tolerated in the body.
“You’re getting the best results with a combination of vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin D, and vitamin D3.”
Vitamin B1 is a mineral found in oily fish, fruits and seeds. “
So the more vitamin B, the better the results.”
Vitamin B1 is a mineral found in oily fish, fruits and seeds.
It is used by the body as a vitamin to prevent the breakdown of vitamin E, which is produced when the body needs to produce it from sunlight.
This helps keep the body’s vitamin D levels high.
Dr McVane said it’s not unusual for people to take a combination vitamin for a long time and find the effects felt the longer they are taking the better.
If a person is taking a vitamin B3 supplement, they will not have the benefit of vitamin C, which can be toxic to the liver, he said