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Blood Test Report :: YHK improves ALT level and liver function for hepatitis C cirrhosis patient

Blood Test Report :: YHK improves ALT level and liver function for hepatitis C cirrhosis patient
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Hepatitis C viruses share a common characteristic to other chronic liver diseases; it could damage the patients’ liver cells. Hepatitis C patients should focus on stopping or reducing the damage in the liver, and this focus should be the same for other chronic liver diseases e.g. hepatitis B, fatty liver disease, NASH etc. And this is exactly what YHK can do.

 

YHK can stop liver cells damage caused by hepatitis viruses, and can repair damaged liver cells, to help the patient to recover and protect their liver function. [1][2][3] We can measure the level of liver cells damage by the ALT enzymes indicator found in liver function test. [4] When ALT level is high, it means that the liver cells and liver damage is more severe, on the other hand, if ALT is low and within the normal range, it means that the liver health and liver function is healthy. [5]

 

Here is a regular YHK users' (Age: 75) blood test report who has hepatitis C cirrhosis. The report shows the ALT level before and after using YHK. On 2013-08-28, the patients ALT level is 262, on the blood test shown on the 2013-09-23 the ALT level drop within normal range of 45. The ALT level has been normalised within less then 30 days. 

 

Since 2013, this patients has continue to use YHK as the main protection method for her hepatitis C and cirrhosis problem, and the patient’s ALT level has remain stable. The latest blood test report shows a ALT level of 29.

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Blood test result before and after using YHK. ALT 262 went down to 45 within 30 days.

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Recent blood test shows ALT level maintain normal at 29.

Disclaimer:
  • * All research and clinical data should be used as reference purposes only, results may vary.
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