A Chinese herbal treatment often used to treat hepatitis in Asia does not appear to reduce liver inflammation or improve quality of life in people with hepatitis C.
If you read the news story
you will notice that the researchers said “may have been ineffective either because they simply do not work, or because he and his colleagues used an incorrect dose or combination of herbal agents.”
Seems to me that if you are doing research into the efficacy of a treatment, you should know how to administer the treatment.
I wonder how much money they spent on that study…
2 thoughts on “Chinese Medicine Hold Little Benefit for Hepatitis C”
Hepatitis could lead to liver cirrhosis if you did not maintain a healthy lifestyle.*.”
Hepatitis can also lead to liver cirrhosis if it has not been taken care of..”,