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  1. Hello, I was diagnosed with hsv1&2 earlier this year. I was prescribed 1g of valtrex (valacyclovir) a day for suppressive therapy. Valtrex helps greatly with my symtoms, but I recently had to leave my job for health reasons and will no longer have health insurance to get prescribed valtrex. Does anyone know where I can purchase valtrex (valacyclovir) online without a prescription?
  2. CRISPR Revolution is beginning... “The University of Pennsylvania this week posted its trial to a directory of ongoing clinical trials, a signal that the study is gearing up to begin. A spokesperson from Penn Medicine confirmed to Gizmodo that trial preparations are in the final stages, though did not specify when exactly it will start.” “The study will enroll as many as 18 patients with myeloma, sarcoma, and melanoma cancers. Researchers will remove blood cells from the patients’ bodies, then use CRISPR to delete two genes in T cells, which are the soldiers of the immune system that
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