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Liver cirrhosis caused by Hepatitis C is reversible

Liver Cirrhosis Caused by Hepatitis C is Reversible

Every day someone asks me what needs to be done to restore the liver’s health after clearing Hepatitis C. What they are really asking is how to remove liver fibrosis or liver cirrhosis

One piece of information that everyone who has, or has had, Hepatitis C should know is that the liver damage caused by a chronic Hepatitis C infection is reversible. But first, let me explain what liver cirrhosis is.

What is Liver Cirrhosis?

Chronic hepatitis C damages the liver over the years of infection, often progressing from inflammation to scarring of the liver tissue. This scar tissue is called Liver Fibrosis. The level, or amount, of liver scar tissue is called Fibrosis and is measured on a scale from F0 to F4. Everyone adult human on Earth has some degree of liver fibrosis but in a healthy liver, the fibrosis level is low and called F0 or F1.

If a person has a very damaged liver it is called F4 and an F4  fibrosis level means that the liver has cirrhosis. The more scar tissue a liver has the less it is able to function. If the Fibrosis level gets too high the liver’s function fails and the person dies.

Hep C Induced Liver Failure

Liver failure can happen quite quickly. The liver can be damaged by many things, including excessive alcohol or drug use but in this case we are just focused on liver damage caused by Hepatitis C. Some doctors will tell a patient that they have “End-stage Hepatitis C”, which is a way of saying that the liver has been severely damaged by the hepatitis C virus and is nearing the point where the liver will cease to function, which is fatal. This is always associated with liver cirrhosis and is usually expressed as F4.

Until recently the general medical opinion was that liver cirrhosis caused by Hepatitis C was irreversible. This has proved to be untrue. Once the Hep C virus is removed liver cirrhosis will heal and the life expectancy of the patient will increase significantly.

In the 8 years I have been dealing with people with Hepatitis C I have come across hundreds of people who had liver cirrhosis that healed completely once the Hep C was cured. I also had liver cirrhosis when I began my Hep C treatment, so I am talking from first-hand experience.

Below is an email I received a week ago from a woman who went through the experience of being told her liver cirrhosis was irreversible only to see it reversed once her Hepatitis C infection was cured.


From: Dian
Sent: Wednesday, 20 October 2021 11:16 PM
To: gregjefferys@outlook.com
Subject: Thank You! My Cirrhosis is Gone!


Hi Greg,

You helped me with generic Hep C medication back about 4 years ago. Back then I’d been diagnosed with stage 4 cirrhosis caused by Hep C and told that my liver would never heal.

I just got the news yesterday, after my latest elastography, that I don’t have cirrhosis anymore! ( I’m over 65, now, so I finally have some health insurance – Medicare- and could get proper testing done). Although there’s still some scarring on my liver, according to my doctor, my life expectancy almost tripled!

I might live to be an old woman.  Thank you so much for saving my life. That crushing sadness and anger, of feeling cheated out of years of life, is finally starting to lift.

I’d been told back in 2017 that if I couldn’t come up with $250,000 for the medication, I’d die. Of course it was Impossible! Even when I worked 60 hours a week, ( as an in-home health care provider), I could barely get by. There was no way I could raise that money. 

I’m one of the lucky ones. I had access to the internet and was a voracious researcher and found out about generic treatment. There are so many others who are suffering and dying, needlessly…My heart breaks.

I hope you are doing well. Good luck in all you are doing.



On Wednesday, October 20, 2021, 06:04:30 PM EDT, greg jefferys <gregjefferys@outlook.com> wrote:

Hi Dian

Lovely to hear from you again.

Great news about your liver cirrhosis. I also had liver cirrhosis back in 2015 but now completely healed.

Though it is still astounding how many doctors tell people with Hep C that their cirrhosis will never heal.

Well done you for turning everything around.

Best wishes


What Factors Reduce the Chances of Liver Cirrhosis Healing?

There is one significant factor that reduces the chances of the Liver Cirrhosis healing once the Hepatitis C virus is removed from the body.

That factor is body weight.

Recent research shows that the single biggest factor affecting the liver healing itself is if a person is overweight or not.

The more overweight a person is after Hepatitis C treatment the less chance there is that there liver will heal and return to a normal functioning healthy liver.

So once Hep C treatment is completed the most important thing you can do is to have a healthy diet and a good lifestyle. Exercise and diet will help you get your body to its optimum weight and give your liver the best chance of healing.

Links to Other Real World Stories from people with liver cirrhosis and Hep C

Liver Cirrhosis Heals while waiting in the queue for a liver transplant https://www.generichepatitiscdrugs.com/liver-cirrhosis-fibrosis-hepatitis-c-good-news/

From F4 Liver Cirrhosis to F1: Greg’s own story: https://www.generichepatitiscdrugs.com/hep-c-and-cirrhosis/

My YouTube video with suggestions that will help your liver cirrhosis heal after Hep C treatment


Can Hep C Cause Cirrhosis, Hep C And Cirrhosis Life Expectancy, Hep C And Cirrhosis Of The Liver, Hep C And Cirrhosis Of The Liver Together, What Is The Life Expectancy Of Someone With Cirrhosis

Greg Jefferys

Greg Jefferys


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    Great sir, Thank you for providing us such a valuable information. May Allah grant you long and healthy life to serve the humanity.

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    Thank you for posting Dian & Greg. I finished Harvoni treatment in August and my blood work shows the virus is now undetected. I have my last blood draw in 2 weeks and if it reads undetected I will be considered cured of the virus. I do have stage 4 cirrhosis and your message give me great hope that it too can be overcome. I’m grateful to have read your post this morning. Thank you both ♥️

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    Great to hear.thanks for the info.You dont know that I have fatty liiver mild change grade 1.If you give me some tips from you or have you ever experience it? Sir all the very best.

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    Great to hear.thanks for the info.You dont know that I have fatty liiver mild change grade 1.If you give me some tips from you or have you ever experience it? Sir all the very best.

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      Diet and life style are the main issues to help with fatty liver. Please watch the video on the link at the bottom of the page

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    Hello it’s Rebecca hall, my dad has hepatis c of the liver and has end of life care I have come across this medicine and would like to purchase it and to try what ever we can to help him kind regards Rebecca

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      Sorry for the long delay in replying… I have had some problems with my website
      Please write to me by email and I will do what ever I can to help you with this.
      Please include what country you live in and what Hep C tests you have had
      best wishes

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    Is there a specific diet you recommend for those trying to heal the cirrhosis?

    Thank you, and blessings!

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      Greg Jefferys May 22, 2022 at 6:54 am

      Basically a sensible healthy diet that avoids processed foods, sugar and too much fat is a good start. If you want to got further then a diet rich in fresh fruits and vegetables is important. Whole grains, lean meat and so forth.

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