Thanks sonicwind, I second that. I contracted hepc from iv over 23 years ago and my partner of 25yrs and our kids did NOT catch hepc, I only found out I had it last summer. It is very hard to pass on other than blood to blood contact. It is also difficult to cure and I am not surprised that mms can not get in deep to kill it completely. My experience is that the mms has made me feel much better, people around me can see a marked change. I assume that this is because the mms does kill the hepc virus that is in the blood. I think I can also assume that taking the maintance dose will keep the virus low and may eventually kill it all together.
The alternative interferon treatment (I have type 1) would require me to basically take a year off work as the side affects are so extreme. Then there is little over a 50% chance of success.