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So on my last post I asked for only experts with science, immunology, biology to weigh in.  That may have been too limiting.  I appreciate the 1 board member that offered their insight.  Can others please jump in to help explain/clarify my below question on current treatments being offered and vaccines in trials.  I see a lot of current posts on CRISPR, but that seems to be years off from human trials.  I am very anxious and frustrated.  Thank you again in advance.




Can someone please tell me in your opinion what the best (and worst) of the current vaccines in trial or development are for treatment ?  I know from what I have read here there is a lot of discussion on:  Genocea, Admedus, Halford, CRISPR, HSV-529, Albert Einstein Medical. 

Also, what are the pros and cons of a live vaccine for treatment, as it seems like HSV-529 and Halford is focusing on this method.  If someone has HSV2, how would injecting a live vaccine serve as a treatment ?  I understand it may be intended to stimulate the immune system, but if one already has HSV2, doesn't the body already have anti-bodies ? 

I am frustrated as to what would cause multiple outbreaks in my system, and it seems like there is a lot of discussion on possible cures/treatments and clinical trials here.  I just want a simple thread to compare and contrast.

Thank you

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noone unless they are working on any of them in the labs can tell you whats better. hence why there is no cure as of yet. its a shame I know. governments/ the world  wont accept the damage hsv does

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Creo que ni los propios científicos saben que es prometedor por el momento porque si los estudios con animales son  positivos o curarlos en estudios con humanos todos han fracasado, la comunidad médica cree que sólo es un problema de la piel pero el hsv es más que un problema de la piel


I do not think even scientists know that it is promising at the moment because if animal studies are positive or cure them in studies with humans all have failed, the medical community believes that it is only a skin problem but the hsv is more than a Skin problem

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