Authors Melody Beattie & Lloyd Wright to Deliver Messages of Hope for People with Hepatitis C through Christmas Eve Radio Appearance

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Beattie (“Choices” and “Codependent No More”) and Guest Host Wright (“Triumph Over Hepatitis C”) will share their inspirational Hep C stories and recovery tips Saturday, Dec. 24th on KRLA’s “positive change” radio show,“The Bradley Quick Experience.” Hear this holiday program live on 870 AM in Los Angeles from 11 pm (PST) Christmas Eve to 1 am Christmas morning, or listen on the Internet (simultaneously or to an archived edition) at Call live with HCV questions via 1-866-870-5752 (toll free).

Being sick at Christmas with Hepatitis C, or seeing your HCV symptoms worsen due to holiday stress, can be very depressing. Instead of feeling gloomy, why not become inspired and gather ideas for your recovery by listening to popular authors Lloyd Wright and Melody Beattie talk about their empowering experiences with Hep C?

Lloyd Wright -- who is the author of the best-selling book “Triumph Over Hepatitis C,” a survivor himself having beaten the disease, as well as a Hep C expert/researcher who has lead thousands of Heppers to recovery—will chat with mega-author Melody Beattie, as he stands in for Bradley Quick (the regular host). The dual author appearance is a continuation of a Hepatitis C Awareness Campaign that the two authors kicked off on Quick’s radio show, “The Bradley Quick Experience,” last January.

During Wright’s interview, Melody Beattie -- a leading author in the recovery field—will apply her depth of insight into recovery challenges to Hepatitis C. A Hepper herself who is on Wright’s program, Beattie has gained control of her Hep C symptoms, and achieved a low viral load as well as good liver-enzyme scores.

Interviewed before the show about their Hepatitis C Awareness Campaign, Beattie touched on points she wants to share with other Heppers. “First, I want people who have received a diagnosis of Hepatitis C to know that they didn’t just receive a death sentence,” Beattie said. “They do have options even if the person who gave them their diagnosis isn’t aware of all of them. The path they choose doesn’t have to be one of desperation.”

Beattie continued: “Secondly, I want to acknowledge the need for Heppers to work on their self-image. While the Hepatitis C ‘club’ may be one they had no intention of joining, and they may feel unprepared for it, there are ways to allow the disease to positively transform you. Meeting the challenges of these types of experiences is one of the things that makes life an awesome journey.”

The holiday edition of the KRLA (870 AM) radio program will start on Christmas Eve at 11 pm (PST) and run 2 hours, ending at 1 am Christmas morning in LA. Heppers across the country can listen LIVE via or later at the site. Pose your questions LIVE at 1-866-870-5752 (toll free).

Learn more about alternative medical solutions for Hep C or Lloyd Wright’s book “Triumph Over Hepatitis C,” by visiting Or for further info on HCV, call the Hep C Hotline at 877-676-1615.

About the authors, Lloyd Wright and Melody Beattie

Lloyd Wright contracted Hep C from blood transfusions after a building site accident twenty-six years ago. He developed his alternative medical solution for Hepatitis C as part of his own recovery. To date, the turbo-charged story of his recovery, “Triumph Over Hepatitis C,” has sold over 200,000 copies, and the HCV program it features has been used successfully by Heppers around the world. More info at

Melody Beattie is the best-selling author of 14 books on recovery, including “Choices” and “Codependent No More.” She discovered her Hep C positive status during a routine physical exam three years ago. Commenting on this author, Time magazine said: “Beattie understands being overboard, which helps her throw best-selling lifelines to those still adrift.” More info at

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