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    russian43 posted:
    I have found a home treatment for hep-c and possibly hiv. Mix 1 cup of swimming pool chlorine in 25-30 gallons of water in your bath tub. Soak for 1 hour wetting your hair and placing a wet wash cloth over your face. Cover as much of your body as possible. Repeat this once a week for 4 weeks then once a month. You'll get icthing bumps that drive you crazy and this is the virus being killed. If you've had it a long time you may get red patches or bruiesing. I've had hep-c since 1963 and it is not in my blood after taking these baths. This is not a stand along cure, but after the first or second bath the virus will be out of your blood system. Russian1943 DO THIS IT WORKS!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    georgiagail responded:
    This treatment will not kill either hepatitis nor HIV which resides in tissues and blood, not on the skin.


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