For what it might be worth to any-and-all concerned/interested, the following quotes from two different doctors indicate the cure is readily available with a simple, inexpensive, "vitamin."
Dr, Thomas Levy, M.D., wrote [in his book Curing the Incurable – Vitamin C, Infectious Diseases, and Toxins]:
"..vitamin C has has readily and consistently cured both acute polio and acute hepatitis. Modern medicine still considers these two viral diseases to be incurable, regardless of the treatment used.
"Acute viral hepatitis...is easily and readily completely curable if treated promptly with adequate doses of vitamin C.
"The scientific evidence has clearly established that acute viral hepatitis can easily be cured when enough vitamin C is administered..."
He also wrote [in his book PRIMAL PANACEA]:
"...I have successfully treated a number of conditions that modern medicine still approaches only with bed rest, supportive care, and the guarded optimism that the immune system may eventually prevail....Even Lyme disease has shown great response to vitamin C therapy....With Lyme and other chronic infections such as AIDS and chronic hepatitis C, vitamin C can often restore the patient to a symptomless or near-symptomless state. This state can allow them to "coexist" indefinitely with their infections and even enjoy a normal lifespan....Infections rarely have the opportunity to take hold when vitamin C levels are normal in the body."
"Acute cases of infectious hepatitis have responded dramatically. Cases included two orthopaedic surgeons who probably acquired the disease pricking their hands at surgery and being inoculated with a patient's blood. With ascorbate treatment laboratory tests including the SGOT, SGPT, and bilirubins indicated rapid reversal of the disease. In one of these cases, with the doctor-patient and his treating physicians having difficulty believing that the ascorbate was responsible for the improvement, the ascorbate was discontinued. The condition of the patient rapidly deteriorated. The patient's wife took charge and doled out the ascorbate; again the disease rapidly subsided with laboratory findings returning to normal.
Usually oral bowel tolerance doses will reverse hepatitis rapidly. Stools regularly return to normal color in 2 days. It generally takes about 6 days for the jaundice to clear, but the patient will feel almost well after 4 to 5 days. Because of the diarrhea caused by the disease, intravenous ascorbate may need to be used in very severe cases. Often large doses of ascorbic acid, taken orally despite diarrhea, will cause a paradoxical cessation of the diarrhea.
Morishige has demonstrated the effectiveness of ascorbate in preventing hepatitis from blood transfusions."