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Let's continue to keep this rolling.  Sign up for a monthly donation if you can.

The goal has been updated to $200k.  I honestly don't see any reason why we can't raise $1 million for this cause.

The main thing, I believe, is to have enough monthly donors so that there is a torrent of money flooding in every day.  If you feel like you can't afford monthly donations, that's no problem (though many people can probably afford $5 monthly), donating whatever you can or at least just sharing the donation link with others, is very good too.  Do what you can.

Cheers everyone ~

Let's continue to keep this rolling.  The new 

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4 hours ago, Franky26 said:

Hey Mike. Do you know if FHC started there genia pigs  study yet ? 

Thank you

The last time Mike spoke about this he said they were planning to start guinea pig studies in September. Hopefully they did. But even if they didn't, it would likely start in the next month or two. They said it's going to take at least a few years to complete.

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On 10/21/2020 at 7:49 AM, Franky26 said:

Hey Mike. Do you know if FHC started there genia pigs  study yet ? 

Thank you

The plan was to start in September/October, but it depended on the COVID situation, which is currently not very good.

So we'll have to see.  Starting something then having it interrupted because of lockdowns etc. could be more disastrous than not starting it at all, so we have to sit tight and be patient and see how they play it.  I think this is a temporary situation (of course it's possible that COVID will be with us always, but better treatments and vaccines to control it and allow life to resume more or less as before seems likely to me).  So I think we just gotta sit tight.  

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The best way to look at this is instead of the cure coming in 2030 for example, it comes in 2031. Do we really care if it's one more year if we know it's coming?

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The BioEnTech - Pfizer Covid vaccine had some pretty good interim phase 3 news yesterday, showing 90% effectiveness. 

That's a sign that things may come back to normal in the coming months.  But finalizing the phase 3 and getting the vaccine rolled out will still take some months. 

We just have to sit tight and wait for the next update.  I'm sure it will come sooner rather than later since we've been getting semi-regular updates several times a year.

Again, they went from the test tube, to damaging 2-4% latent HSV in mice, to damaging 20-30%, to removing 90% latent HSV in mice ganglia in like 3 years.  So we know they are not wasting time, unreasonably delaying their research or pursuing other priorities.  

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