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Nightmare7575

Are the even really looking for a cure anymore ?

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Nightmare7575

In my twenties herpes was one thing you never ever wanted to get ,because your sex life/dating life was done supposable so there was all kinds of research ,then HIV/AIDS came along and knocked herpes research out of the fore front   and it does not seem like it been that big for researchers since the early days,so how much are researchers still looking for a CURE.I am now 54 and there is still nothing. 

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Atrapasueños

No muchos buscan un cura 

Pero aún falta mucho años para una cura

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Not many seek a cure

But it's still a long time for a cure

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Cas9
49 minutes ago, Nightmare7575 said:

In my twenties herpes was one thing you never ever wanted to get ,because your sex life/dating life was done supposable so there was all kinds of research ,then HIV/AIDS came along and knocked herpes research out of the fore front   and it does not seem like it been that big for researchers since the early days,so how much are researchers still looking for a CURE.I am now 54 and there is still nothing. 

Things are a lot better now then when you were in your twenties. They now know a lot more about the virus, have better tools to combat it.  An interest in curing it has also grown. Currently, Excision Biotherapeutics is a company that appears to be on the forefront of at least a functional cure, if not perhaps a sterilizing cure, which is their ultimate goal. We may know the results of their current approach in the next five years. You can visit their website and check out their pipeline for their current research.

If you expect more than what is currently being offered; In other words, if your expectations are unrealistic, you'll get frustrated and disappointed. No research lab/company promises anything. They have an approach and they do trials to see if it works. And that takes time and money.

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Nightmare7575

I hear what you are saying and hope that company comes through with something.. They have had plenty of time since the 80s and things did not cost as much. I knew a woman who was part of a study way back in 85.

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