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Looking for a drug for HSV in HPV research is much better.

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hpv and hsv are very similar viruses. And the drug for hpv can easily be a drug for hsv. But it is easier to seek a drug for HPV because the efficacy results of the drug can immediately be seen by the naked eye on the warts. 

The conclusion is: There are many more studies that have more precise conclusions about the hpv virus that we also can use for hsv.

 https://www.mdedge.com/pediatricnews/article/102139/infectious-diseases/expert-shares-treatment-tips-molluscum-contagiosum/page/0/1

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WilsoInAus

The viruses bare little relation to each other at all. Where did you get such informationnand we will endeavour to correct it?

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Mrspinkk

What do you think about ahcc? It is used in the treatment of HPV and increases immunity. Can it also prevent hsv? because increasing immunity will reduce recurrences. can it work? sorry for the spelling mistakes because it is not an anthropology

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ManagingIllness

The two viruses are completed different from what I understand. I mean, just think symptomatically. They course very different symptoms and illnesses. You can infer that they are quite different.

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VladimirM
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7 hours ago, ManagingIllness said:

The two viruses are completed different from what I understand. I mean, just think symptomatically. They course very different symptoms and illnesses. You can infer that they are quite different.

 

22 hours ago, WilsoInAus said:

The viruses bare little relation to each other at all. Where did you get such informationnand we will endeavour to correct it?

I have drawn the conclusion that the viruses are similar because the same drugs affect them. Example: Zinc sulphate can destroy the hpv virus and hsv is very sensitive on zinc. Contact immune therapy can destroy the HPV virus and for HSV the cont imuno therapy also works.   https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11952542.  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5817593/

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ManagingIllness

This seems to be about semantics.

All living organisms on Earth are similar because they are all carbon based.
All viruses are similar to each other insofar as our immune system attacks them.
All life is the same because it uses energy from the sun.

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valleynovascotia

Is there anything that we can take that will make us non-contagious? Obviously theres not but why can't they do something like that even if they can't cure us we could still date and not infect.

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