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What happened to nanoparticles?

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KG303

Ok, so I just read about nanoparticles and their ability to kill off tons of viruses, genital herpes included. I don’t have anything specific that I read from, I just searched it up on the internet and read from random (but legit) websites. Why have I never seen it mentioned on here?

also, how would it work seeing as the latent virus is mostly untouchable? Would it be harmful to our nerve cells which is where the virus likes to hide? Can someone please explain this concept more? Have there been trials or is it still being perfected? It might have been mentioned before and maybe I’m not looking hard enough. Not even sure if I should post it In the cure thread but I’m curious. 

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MikeHerp

Nanoviricides (the company) are supposedly still working on that.  But there hasn't been any meaningful update for a while.  They were testing it on animals last I heard.  

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