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  1. New article highlighting Keith Jerome's work in Men's Health Mag: https://www.menshealth.com/health/a26306319/herpes-cure-gene-editing/ I posted this on the donation thread, but I think it's also worthwhile to give it a separate thread. There are some interesting stats thrown out in this one. Some ofthe stats may have been lost in translation, in part due to sloppy journalisn, but it's still very good that Jerome's work is getting increasing attention, including from mainstream media. The point is that, Dr. Jerome's work has been progressing. If you've been follwing his work, this is good stuff. Please keep in mind that our community has been doing a fund raiser for Jerome's research. There's a thread about it on this site and the donation link is in my signature below. We've raised over $10,000 already. Please help us, this is a serious and new effort that is showing promise. They have essentially been able to partially cure mice by deleting a portion of their latent HSV. No other technology has been able to touch latent HSV--the source of the infection.
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