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throwawayday345

Anti-VZV (Shingles) Vaccine providing permanent remission for HSV-1 and 2?!

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throwawayday345

Check out this six year study from the University of Paris and many others, showing that those who received the vaccine saw zero remissions, while the control group saw no improvement.

"Results: From 2005 through 2011, for the 24 anti-VZV vaccinated patients, the average number of herpes relapses decreased to 0, correlated with an increased anti-VZV antibody level and clinical recovery of all patients, whereas no improvement was observed for the 26 nonvaccinated herpes patients."

http://www.dovepress.com/efficacy-of-the-anti-vzv-anti-hsv3-vaccine-in-hsv1-and-hsv2-recurrent--peer-reviewed-article-OAJCT#

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Tinderh2

They only did it in 50 people and only 24 actually got the vaccine? That's not enough proof but he'll if I could try it I would do it. Any idea where they have it?

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burdentobear

This results of this trial are not scientific because there is no placebo group and the sample size is too small. The HHV-3 vaccine can cause nasty side effects itself, and I would not recommend it for HSV-1 or 2 treatment. Here is a 30 something page thread about this topic, wherein many members here tried it, and most saw no improvement:

http://www.herpes-coldsores.com/messageforum/threads/vzv-varivax-vaccine-results.51799/

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