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HarrisonIs

Today I've been doing a little digging through scientific studies and papers and came across something VERY interesting. I'm pretty sure you'd all like to have a read of this:

http://jeffreydachmd.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/Efficacy-of-antiVZV-antiHSV3-vaccine-HSV1-HSV2-recurrent-herpes-simplex-Jacqueline-Le-Goaster-2012.pdf

Basically it seems the Anti-VZV (shingles Vaccine) has been working against both HSV1 and HSV2! Of all the people who took part in the study all patients exhibited no further outbreaks! I'm definitely going to be having a word with my doctor regarding this and see about trying to get hold of the vaccine.

Anyone on here already tried this approach?

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@lw@ys

This is another avenue that I have been thinking. I actually went and got the RX from my doctor who had no issue whatsoever with it. But I kept digging through the internet on this and came across the newest shingles vaccine SHINGRIX coming out which far out performs Zostavax. I read that they are doing studies on people previously vaccinated with Zostavax and if it would still be safe to administer Shingrix. Soooooo...I have decided to wait until Shingrix is be released and make this my potential first try at a vaccine. This is if I don't get into the GEN-O3 Phase III first or if I don't actually get involved with the RVX vaccine Theravax. I've just realized something amazing here!!! We have options other than acyclovir now!!!!! :D Shingrix applied for final approval (BLA) in October 2016 and maybe available to the public with a seal of approval from  the FDA by the end of this year!! WooHoo!!

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RayLynne

Will it stop shedding and obs or just obs? Does it say?

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