Hepatits C [See: Hepatitis tests]
1. Vapor Virus by N Regush Consider this a
challenge in progress. This scientific adventure raises the question of whether
the hepatitis C virus, blamed for a major silent epidemic of liver disease and
even cancer, actually exists. That’s right. You read this correctly: I am
raising a question that may disturb scientists and hepatitis C patients alike.
But I’m raising it anyway because it is vital to do so in the interests of
I’m issuing a challenge to the scientific community to present me with the published, peer-reviewed scientific evidence that such a virus actually exists— namely that it has been properly isolated, according to accepted, fundamental principles of virology..
2. Fishing for Viruses Let me lay it on the
line for you: I have never once thought — or written — that hepatitis C is a
psychological problem. I have no doubt whatsoever that people have developed
liver scarring and that many have developed liver disease and died from it.
But after 30 years of reporting on science, I can sometimes smell a skunk. This time, the skunk is a so-called virus called hepatitis C virus (HCV), which is blamed for much of the severe liver disease people suffer.
3. Hepatitis C Reconsidered by Regush First, some reassuring and potentially empowering information about a disease named hepatitis C. Of all the studies I’ve examined in the past several weeks, one older one looms large as the first to offer patients a measure of hope and food for thought.
[West Nile] Virus or Environment?
Misdiagnosing Mental Illness By Nicholas Regush
By Nicholas Regush
The "Breakthrough" Headlines Have Been Running All Week About A New Vaccine For Cervical Cancer - This Is Medical Science And Health Journalism At Its Worst And A Shameful Example Of How Medical Research Is Taking Dangerous Short-Cuts And Badly Misleading The Public