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Piyush

Who else have had a hope that our scientist ll bring the cure within 7-10 yrs from now..!!!!

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Moromoro

I will honestly say there will probably never be a 100% cure for those already infected but there will be better represssive therapies or those to stop replication entirely.

The only “cures” are celibacy, monogamy and death.

I will say that there needs to be MUCH MUCH better education for people and doctors globally. 99% of doctors have no clue about herpes. It is just too complex of a thing and it is infecting and replicating in a complex organism (us!).

There will however likely be an effective preventative vaccine in the next 10-20 years I’m sure. Hopefully one that covers all 8 herpes viruses.

 

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Cas9
38 minutes ago, Isaempitsd said:

Don’t listen to these two negative people! People have cured this already and there will be a wide spread cure available!!

 

 

No one has ever CURED herpes. None of the concoctions you mention will CURE herpes.

But you seem passionate about them so for you, it may take a while to realize that they don't work as a cure. But be careful what you take so that you wont hurt yourself.

Someday, there will be a cure, but it's not here yet.

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24 minutes ago, Isaempitsd said:

FIRST OFF YOU COULD NEVER EVER KNOW THAT!! There is ZERO possibility that you KNOW for sure that no one has ever cured herpes! ZERO! 

YOU also DO NOT KNOW that whether or not anything I mentioned can cure it. Why? Because first off YOU are not a doctor, second off YOU are not an expert, third, you have not spoken to every single person that has cured this, you are saying this based off PURE speculation and ZERO direct knowledge or experience. 

So you have NO RIGHT OR REASON to say what you’re saying. People have CURED HERPES. It is absolutely possible. Naysayers need to keep their opinions to themselves and let people with hope and awareness of the truth to guide the way!

Like I said, it will take a person like yourself a while to realize that herpes has never been cured. Also, I have all the right to voice my opinion. I don't know where you come off making an asinine statement like that.

You are over-emotional, and don't understand this virus and the science behind it. But like I said, go ahead and follow through with your plan and get back to us here on the forum with proof that you have been cured.

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1 minute ago, Isaempitsd said:

WATCH OUT for your beliefs and negativity! Again I have spoken directly to people that HAVE CURED THIS. That is a FACT!

Like I said you have ZERO ability to claim no one has ever cured this. ZERO!!! So why make a claim that you have no basis for whatsoever. Talk about asinine!

You will see who is right. It's just a matter of time. Good luck, and I look forward to your scientific results showing us that you have been cured of herpes. It will be your chance to prove me, 95% of this forum, and the REAL experts, wrong.

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2 minutes ago, Isaempitsd said:

Hahahahaha, I do find it very amusing that you think you know so much about the virus when western conventional medicine doesn’t even know. You’re inability to acknowledge that you truly don’t know and that you could be wrong and that a possibly of something outside of your limited perspective exists will keep you trapped inside of the construct of the virus. 

I already know the truth LOL. I’ve had many many conversations with people that have cured! Whoever the so called experts you’re referring to are only able to see through their limited beliefs. There’s sooo so much more to the human body and mind than what conventional medicine knows 

Why do you continue arguing? Like I said, you will see who is right in due time. Simply go ahead and follow through with your plan, and then come back here and prove me wrong. Wont that be the best way?

BTW, what plan will you be starting first and when?

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1 minute ago, Cas9 said:

Why do you continue arguing? Like I said, you will see who is right in due time. Simply go ahead and follow through with your plan, and then come back here and prove me wrong. Wont that be the best way?

BTW, what plan will you be starting first and when?

 

8 minutes ago, Isaempitsd said:

Hahahahaha, I do find it very amusing that you think you know so much about the virus when western conventional medicine doesn’t even know. You’re inability to acknowledge that you truly don’t know and that you could be wrong and that a possibly of something outside of your limited perspective exists will keep you trapped inside of the construct of the virus. 

I already know the truth LOL. I’ve had many many conversations with people that have cured! Whoever the so called experts you’re referring to are only able to see through their limited beliefs. There’s sooo so much more to the human body and mind than what conventional medicine knows 

i agree with cas9 ,,please try whatever cure availale ...let us know your results ... so the whole community get benefit from you.

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2 minutes ago, sochke said:

 

i agree with cas9 ,,please try whatever cure availale ...let us know your results ... so the whole community get benefit from you.

soche, I think you misunderstand what I'm saying. None of what she is going to do is going to cure hsv. But she believes and insists it will. So the best I can do is prove it to her by asking her to post her results to the forum. Those results need to be scientifically/medically verified. Of course, this will never happen, but that's what it's going to take for her to realize that these are not cures.

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2 minutes ago, Cas9 said:

soche, I think you misunderstand what I'm saying. None of what she is going to do is going to cure hsv. But she believes and insists it will. So the best I can do is prove it to her by asking her to post her results to the forum. Those results need to be scientifically/medically verified. Of course, this will never happen, but that's what it's going to take for her to realize that these are not cures.

I got your point..thats why even i asked her to try and i told her same in my earlier commens what you told her but she still insists there is cure ..so let her try and come up with the results..

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Posted (edited)
5 hours ago, Isaempitsd said:

Why do you continue to think you know when you absolutely can not know for sure? Why are you so negative and refuse to stop spreading your negativity?

If you know anything about my reputation on this forum, "negative" is the last thing people would characterize me as. That said, I'm also realistic. I'm actually trying to help you so that you wont waste time an money. But I can see that wont work. So go ahead and ignore what I'm telling you and follow through with your plan. BTW, how old are you and how long have you had hsv?

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3 minutes ago, ThereIsHope111 said:

I agree with Isa! A cure is out there for sure!

Isa's cure was ozone and oregano oil and diet etc...

You think that's a cure? Believe me, that's not a cure

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Just now, ThereIsHope111 said:

Maybe it is! How would you know? And I read her other post that’s not what she said. 

Yes she did. She said she knows people that have been cured via these methods. Maybe you should try it out and tell us how it goes. Good luck

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Just now, ThereIsHope111 said:

Maybe she has! How would you know? What makes you so sure you know everything there is to know? 

Welcome back Isa :)

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1 minute ago, ThereIsHope111 said:

Im not Isa but I do agree with what she said. Hopefully she will let us know how it goes. 

Of course you're Isa

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1 minute ago, ThereIsHope111 said:

There is many kind of possible things I believe she is right

Good for you Isa

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