Study: Herpes Reactivates During Other Infections
Immune system has trouble controlling herpes viruses during infections with other viruses or bacteria.
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The Center for the Biology of Chronic
Disease (CBCD), recently learned that according to a new study published in
the Journal of Leukocyte Biology, "the immune system may have greater trouble
controlling the herpes group cytomegalovirus (CMV) and preventing breakouts
when it has to combat other viral or bacterial infections as well."
In that study, scientists looked at a group
of mice with latent herpes, and they observed that when the mice had a
bacterial infection, their T-cells, or the "brakes", which control the CMV
outbreaks, were reduced in number.
Lead author Charles H. Cook, M.D., said
"Because almost all people are infected by one or more herpes family viruses
during their lifetime, the potential impact of these findings are significant.
We hope that by understanding how these latent viral infections are controlled
that we can prevent reactivation events and improve people's lives."
What does this information mean?
The CBCD points out that our bodies are
designed to fight disease, but sometimes the immune system fails. This can be
especially true when someone is co-infected by other microbial organisms. In
other words ... when you are infected with more than one bacteria or virus.
That is why the Center would like to point
out a scientific, yet completely natural herpes remedy that works by boosting
the immune system against the latent herpes virus.
After the first infection, the virus goes
to sleep (becomes dormant). Sometimes, the virus later "wakes up"
(reactivates), causing a herpes outbreak. When symptoms occur, they typically
appear as one or more blisters on or around the genitals, rectum or mouth. The
blisters break and leave painful sores that may take two to four weeks to
After an initial period of activity where
there can be up to 5 major outbreaks in a year, Herpes establishes what
scientists call a latent infection. When a virus is latent, it acts as if it
is asleep. It is dormant. The moment your immune system weakens however, the
Herpes virus can "wake up" and become active again.
"The key to your health is to reduce the
level of the latent viruses in your body to harmless levels." - Dr. Hanan
The name of the herpes remedy mentioned
above is Gene-Eden-VIR. This all-natural product was scientifically designed
to help the human body maintain low concentrations of the dormant or latent
Gene-Eden-VIR is effective against
the latent herpes virus; each ingredient was chosen through a scientific
approach. Scientists scanned thousands of scientific and medical papers
published in various medical and scientific journals around the world to
identify the safest, most effective natural ingredients that target the latent
forms of both HSV-1 and HSV-2.
Gene-Eden-VIR is safe. It has been
on the market for over three years, and in that time, no side effects were
reported. Each capsule contains a patented formula of five all natural
ingredients including selenium, camellia sinesis extract, quercetin,
cinnamomum extract, and licorice extract. In addition, each bottle is GMP
Gene-Eden-VIR is sold online through the
Gene-Eden website. Each bottle of Gene-Eden-VIR (a one month's supply) costs
Gene-Eden-VIR is the only
on the market today that helps the body target the latent herpes virus,
and that is scientifically backed by published material.
Note: This press release was first issued by The Center for the
Biology of Chronic Disease (CBCD), a not-for-profit organization that specializes
in researching the biology of foreign DNA.