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I want to reserve this topic as a humorous/sarcastic corner to sort of see how many things users can find online that had a crazy amount of funding or used tax payer money, which could’ve been used instead for things like research, cures, awareness related to diseases or serious medical problems.
Hopefully it’ll be a way to just blow some steam at things we’re not very happy about or find funny. I’ll start:
This is just unneccessary and the money could easily have funded research for HSV or helped people that are homeless or even helped Texas get a better sex-ed program
I’m really, really scared, freaking out, depressed right now, and need some help. A lot of you might already know my story, but herpes has me freaked the fuck out now. I’m 25 years old, have always been a highly active person all of my life, have always eaten right and healthy, and haven’t ever dealt with any major health issues. I’m assuming I do have GHSV-2, but don’t know for sure yet, but was diagnosed visually and with a igg of 2.0. Since 4 months now after coming back from being abroad I don’t have any appetite, feel like I have food in my stomach, pronounced heart rate, shortness of breath, and just overall feeling of being unwell. I was told by a forum member that my vagus nerve could have been affected by the virus or maybe some other virus and caused me to have gastroparesis, causing me to feel full really quickly because my stomach isnt able to empty itself, and it isn’t curable apparently when I googled it!!? How am I supposed to live my life with having this virus and also dealing with not being able to eat and supposed to not die from losing weight?! On top of this I read diabetes is frequently a cause for this? No one in my family that I know of has diabetes. What the fuck has my life turned into?!?! All because of wanting to have sex one time in my life?! I have never dealt with anything like this in my life.
Looking for some necessary advice...If I want to get my gf pregnant what are the chance of me infecting her if I
1. Don't use a condom / don't use antivirals
2. Use antivirals
Since 70%-80% of people are asymptotic there must be a lot of people having regular unprotected sex that are not aware they have HSV....
NanoViricides to Present Results On Successful Treatment Of Herpes-Induced Acute Retinal Necrosis at the Annual Meeting of the Ocular Microbiology and Immunology Group (OMIG) of the American...
PR Newswire Oct. 17, 2017, 07:00 AM
NanoViricides, Inc. (NYSE American: NNVC) (the "Company") will present the results of its anti-herpes nanoviricide treatment for Viral Acute Retinal Necrosis (vARN) at the 2017 Annual meeting of the Ocular Microbiology and Immunology Group (OMIG) of the American Academy of Ophthalmology to be held in New Orleans, LA.
v-ARN is a disease of the retina of the eye caused by various herpes viruses that leads to severe loss of vision and blindness. The infecting agent in this study was herpes simplex virus-2 (HSV-2), the type of herpes virus that also causes genital herpes.
The abstract of the study has been accepted for presentation at this OMIG meeting on November 10th, 2017. Dr. Vivien Boniuk, consultant in ophthalmology at NanoViricides, Inc. will make the scientific presentation. The presentation will cover both the inhibition of virus infection and prevention of ocular tissue damage following virus infection.
Viral Acute Retinal Necrosis is characterized by severe ocular inflammation, retinal necrosis, and a high incidence of retinal detachment (RD) leading to visual loss and blindness. This disease is caused by members of the herpesvirus family, including, herpes simplex virus-2 (HSV-2), varicella zoster virus (VZV), and herpes simplex virus (HSV-1). An estimated 50,000 new and recurrent cases of viral ARN per year are reported in the United States alone.
The study was performed in the laboratory of Professor Curtis Brandt, Collaborative Ophthalmic Research Laboratories, CORL, at the University of Wisconsin. Dr. Brandt is Professor in the Departments of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Medical Microbiology and Immunology, and Director of the Vision Research Core at the University of Wisconsin.
NanoViricides believes that its broad-spectrum anti-herpes drug candidates being developed in its HerpeCide™ program may be capable of attacking many different herpesviruses. The Company intends to maximize shareholder value from this asset by aggressively expanding its portfolio of herpesvirus indications. The Company is already developing drugs for at least four different indications based on these broad-spectrum anti-herpes drug candidates, namely: (i) skin cream for the treatment of shingles (VZV), (ii) skin cream for the treatment of herpes labialis (HSV-1), (iii) eye drops for the treatment of herpes keratitis, a disease of the external eye (HSV-1), and (iv) skin cream for the treatment of genital herpes (HSV-2). Successful studies on vARN would add a fifth indication to this growing portfolio, further expanding the potential market.