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I think we are headed in the right direction with the research but I am not starting a capital drive for a little bit of time, but I truly believe in the future for all of us, and I believe the truth will be revealed soon as to what wins, but honestly I believe that in the next year will get the job done that is my part of the effort, I appreciate the gear up but I look forward to a more futuristic positive technology use kind of world, and I see some researchers points, and I am only being Anti pharma bro within the right channels, so relax and I am going to be getting to the research I need to be doing, and I am only trying to do mine quietly and only releasing my part when I am ready because I am setting out to kick ass with my ideas, and my masterpiece that I am trying to get done will get accomplished.

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Taintedgirl

You’re saying in a year you will have a cure or treatment? That’s a bold statement, the research alone will take years I think you might need to rethink your timeline a little bit here. 

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Cas9
On 5/16/2018 at 12:00 AM, Patrick Henry said:

I think we are headed in the right direction with the research but I am not starting a capital drive for a little bit of time, but I truly believe in the future for all of us, and I believe the truth will be revealed soon as to what wins, but honestly I believe that in the next year will get the job done that is my part of the effort, I appreciate the gear up but I look forward to a more futuristic positive technology use kind of world, and I see some researchers points, and I am only being Anti pharma bro within the right channels, so relax and I am going to be getting to the research I need to be doing, and I am only trying to do mine quietly and only releasing my part when I am ready because I am setting out to kick ass with my ideas, and my masterpiece that I am trying to get done will get accomplished.

Patrick, are you familiar with the punctuation mark called a "period"? That was one of the longest ass sentences on the forum, I think.  LOL, just playin with ya.

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Patrick Henry

Oh it is how I am planning to try and get stuff going for the technology to be accepted globally, Although Right to try act helps steer the way for technological advancement, I am saying that I know for a fact that the cure is out there and government regulations stand in the way from me getting the real treatment domestically here in the united states.   

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Patrick Henry

I also don't own the IP, and the technology that is being worked on one day will cure other diseases but the real struggle is getting a stage 3 test and clearance through the regulators, but if you all do your homework 2 real breakthroughs have happened, I am trying to either aquire it or make it myself, and it is less experimental then Crispr.

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On 6/1/2018 at 12:33 PM, Patrick Henry said:

I also don't own the IP, and the technology that is being worked on one day will cure other diseases but the real struggle is getting a stage 3 test and clearance through the regulators, but if you all do your homework 2 real breakthroughs have happened, I am trying to either aquire it or make it myself, and it is less experimental then Crispr.

Honestly by this point CRISPR is our only hope , the way it can gene edit the DNA it wants and modify it to cure and remove the latent virus which is 5 years from now but now FDA has to approve for CRISPR to be clinically trialed in the US for SCD but it’s going to be in Europe for now until then for the US trials 

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Heal World

Recently I discovered a problem. Actually, the Gates Foundation does not know how many people have hsv patients and they do not know the pain of every patient. I hope that everyone who sees the news will be able to actively contact them and let them know what everyone thinks, so that the Gates Foundation may help everyone.

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