Herpes Simplex Virus 2 News and Research

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Herpes Simplex Virus-2 is a sexually transmitted viral infection, which often produces painful sores, usually in the genital area. Once infected, an individual may carry the virus and be subject to recurrent bouts of infection. Some estimate that as many as 20 percent of the adult population in the United States has been exposed to the virus.
New understanding of how poxviruses jump from species to species

New understanding of how poxviruses jump from species to species

Cranberries for the treatment of herpes

Cranberries for the treatment of herpes

Promising lead in developing anti-viral drugs with the potential to fight HIV and HSV

Promising lead in developing anti-viral drugs with the potential to fight HIV and HSV

Scientists discover breakthrough method to treat neuronal diseases

Scientists discover breakthrough method to treat neuronal diseases

New gene therapy treatment involves injecting Herpes simplex virus into the brain tumours of Glioma patients

New gene therapy treatment involves injecting Herpes simplex virus into the brain tumours of Glioma patients

Researchers have secured more than $19.4 million for their work on cardiovascular and liver diseases and HIV/AIDS

Researchers have secured more than $19.4 million for their work on cardiovascular and liver diseases and HIV/AIDS

Pathogens have the ability to cause late-onset sporadic Alzheimer's disease

Pathogens have the ability to cause late-onset sporadic Alzheimer's disease

Study shows herpes is common in suburban populations, with Denver up to 20 percent

Study shows herpes is common in suburban populations, with Denver up to 20 percent

Multimillion-dollar electron microscope unveils shapes of viruses and proteins

Multimillion-dollar electron microscope unveils shapes of viruses and proteins

The April 2004 issue of Otolaryngology focuses on head and neck surgery

The April 2004 issue of Otolaryngology focuses on head and neck surgery