Quetta—Homeopathic remedies are helpful in curing Hepatitis while homeopathic remedy Phosphorus is giving good results in curing Hepatitis-C.
This was informed in a seminar on Hepatitis organized by Hassan Pharma at Balochistan Homeopathic College Quetta on Sunday. Addressing the seminar, Vice Principal of the college and Member National Council for Homeopathy Islamabad, Dr. Hassan said that Homeopathic remedy Phosphorus is helpful in curing Hepatitis-C, Sulphur curing Hepatitis-A and Radium curing Hepatitis-B. He further said that other homeopathic remedies including Apis Mellifica, Chelidonium and Mercurius are also giving god results in curing Hepatitis. He said that over 400 million patients were suffering from Hepatitis across the world. He said that Hepatitis patient is present about in every house in area lying from Sibi to Haiderabad and Sibi to Multan.
Dr. Bushra said that used syringes and medical equipments were causing spread of Hepatitis. Dr. Arifa said Hepatitis weaken vital force in human body. Dr. Asghar Akram said alcohol, drugs and Paracetamol were major causes of Hepatitis.
Dr. Hanif Kakar said contaminated and polluted water, non-availability of standard bathrooms in slum areas and sale and consumption of watermelons on pushcarts were causing spread of the disease. Others who addressed the seminar include Dr. Nashanas Lehri, Dr. Ghulam Nabi Brohi, Dr. Ahmed and Dr. Saira Yusuf. On this occasion, Dr. Hassan announced holding three-day free Hepatitis camp at Balochistan Homeopathic College Quetta from Monday, June 27. Despite being a curable disease, hepatitis C is a silent killer – a public health crisis that leads to significant morbidity and mortality and burden to the NHS. In the UK, it is estimated that approximately 185,000 individuals are chronically infected with hepatitis C.3 However, other sources suggest a range of between 250,000 to 466,000 people.
4 Chronic hepatitis C can result in serious long-term health problems – of those who develop chronic hepatitis C an estimated 30% of people will develop cirrhosis (deterioration of the liver), others will develop liver cancer, some of whom may require liver transplantation.5 Chronic hepatitis C is the most common reason for liver transplants in Europe.—APP
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