Number of adults with diagnosed liver disease: 4.5 million

Percent of adults with diagnosed liver disease: 1.8%

Number of deaths: 40,545

Each year in the United States, about 33,000 people get liver cancer, and about 26,000 people die from the disease.

Doctors have issued dire warning predicting a 'tsunami' of fatty liver sufferers

The illness often triggers liver transplants which cost more than $200,000.


Cirrhosis is a late stage of scarring (fibrosis) of the liver. 

(Fatty liver disease means you have extra fat in your liver. You might hear your doctor call it hepatic steatosis. Heavy drinking makes you more likely to get it. Over time, too much alcohol leads to a buildup of fat inside your liver cells.)

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Three cases were required for liver transplant, but my clients did not need to do liver transplant since 2003.

Two of my clients were young female (25 and 35 years old) who diagnosed with liver cancer in 2002.

Their Medicine Doctors ordered them for liver transplant and placed them in the waiting list.

My clients with liver cancers were often on bed, fatigue, drawn and unable to eat or drink. Whenever they drank, even water, they vomited.

I gave them 3 treatments, the first one the can drink water and eat little soup, the second treatment, they can eat and got out of bed. The third treatment, they walk out of the bed.

Finally, I came to examine their pulse and gave total of 15 treatments for 45 days period at once.

After 15 concentrated treatments, their cancers were retreated and no need for liver transplant. I met them in February 2019 and they told me that they were cancer free since 2003.

The young man (37 years old) with cirrhosis in 2003, he often had a nose bleeding and vertigo. His AST was 452 and ALT was 475; the tumor maker (alpha-fetoprotein (AFP)) was greater than 500 ng/mL.

His RBC was 3.2 million, WBC was greater than 14000.

After two months of intensive treatments, my client’s cirrhosis reduced from 75% of the liver down to 1/3 of it and new cells grew up.

I recent met him and his wife, both of them were well. He told me that he often went to test his liver function twice a year and the results were in his favor. It was a happy ending.