Various medical institutions have already conducted some in-depth studies about herpes and the permanent cure thereof all throughout the years, but the number of studies that showed up with a ‘miracle pill’ or an actual cure to herpes can spelled out as none. Even though there are many herpes medications available in the market at present, there are still around 250 thousand individuals that catch herpes virus and get infected every year. This can be attributed to the fact that these herpes medications only promise to inhibit the growth of both herpes simplex virus-1 and herpes simplex virus-2 inside the infected person’s body, but not completely destroy the virus and remove it from the body.
According to cure-herpes-fast.com, herpes is able to hide from the immune system because the virus encodes a protein called ‘ICP47’ in the human body. This then conceals herpes virus, thus making it impossible for the medications in the market to find and destroy it. This brought Dr. Christine Buehler, a clinical researcher that works for a highest rated national medical college in the USA, to thinking: “if the reason [herpes] medications can’t destroy the herpes is because the virus is hidden within the cells, and hides from the immune system,” there has to be something that can be done to ‘unhide’ it. After spending 480 hours a month to conduct rigorous researches for three consecutive months, they were able to make their first breakthrough.
They have unveiled the accurate combination of organic chemical compounds that can ‘unhide’ the herpes virus so that it can be finally attacked by the immune system. However, a human’s immune system cannot fight the herpes virus and win it alone. That’s why Dr. Buehler and Dr. Laughin worked together to formulate a supplement that will boost the immune system.
All of these findings are broken down on a straightforward, easy to follow guide called HSV Eraser. For more information, visit http://www.cure-herpes-fast.com/research.php
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