Herpes Cure News

December 8, 2015

Herpes Can Infect The Brain. How To Stop It From Spreading?

For many people oral herpes causes only minor discomfort. And that is one of the reasons why many people don’t really care that they have herpes and don’t take any precautions so that they won’t pass the virus to others. According to the researchers at Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania some viruses from herpes family can infect and replicate in both cultured and primary neurons and lead to serious health conditions such as multiple sclerosis and Alzheimer’s disease. The data from this discovery is controversial and still requires further research. But it’s time for us to re-evaluate our views […]
March 8, 2016
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Will There Be A Cure For Herpes Anytime Soon, Or Ever?

We often get this question from our subscribers. So let’s discuss this topic and try to find the truth. Will there ever be a cure for herpes? Will there be a breakthrough that will help me not feel miserable and ashamed in a relationship? Should I change my lifestyle to a healthier one so I won’t have to experience monthly outbreaks? How long do I have to be on suppressive drugs? When will scientists make a breakthrough in herpes cure development? Will I pass herpes to my partner? How will he/she react if I tell her about my condition? If […]
April 3, 2016
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Herpes Cure News: Can GEN-003 Give Hope To Herpes Patients

GEN-003 herpes vaccine developed by Genocea has given hope to millions people. The company has finally announced positive results for a phase 2 trials. We all hope that in the future herpes vaccine will be help minimize the spreading of herpes virus and bring the number of people who get infected each year down. We could just review the data presented by Genocea and share scientists’ opinion on herpes vaccine development in this article, but would herpes patients actually benefit from it? Would it cure herpes, or stop the virus from spreading further? The answer is no. Quick recap: Genocea […]