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What Can We Do to Make a Change? PLEASE READ!

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helpiamconfused2

1. Sign and push our petitions - all of them.

2. Donate any little bit that you can afford to any related researcher/organization you can think of.

3. Think of other creative ways we can partner with other bigger, organizations such as Alzheimer's, HIV, etc. Ask them to sign our petitions and get involved with us.

4. Write into magazines, television shows, etc, defining the problems and the lack of attention given to it.

5. Outside of the petitions, write State/Federal and other officials pushing HSV.

6. We need to reach out to some of the larger Foundations (Gates, etc) for some help funding. This is one that we really need a foundation to make happpen. Hopefully, HCF can get off the ground soon.

7. Pepsi Refresh Challenge - get more of the organizations to go for this...

Other ideas? Come on team. Let's work together!!!!!

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JBnATL

The easiest thing to do is to go out and live a normal life. Herpes for the most part is a very common (80% of the adult population has it), mostly harmless virus.

If everyone were to act like this was no big deal, the stigma associated with this would eventually fade.

There are far worse diseases out there that need funding, hell the flu virus kills 30,000 people a year.

Good luck!

JB

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helpiamconfused2
The easiest thing to do is to go out and live a normal life. Herpes for the most part is a very common (80% of the adult population has it), mostly harmless virus.

If everyone were to act like this was no big deal, the stigma associated with this would eventually fade.

There are far worse diseases out there that need funding, hell the flu virus kills 30,000 people a year.

Good luck!

JB

JB, why don't you lead a campaign to work on that (the stigma)? I don't necessarilly disagree with you; however, my mission right now is different...

Thanks!

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