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Herpes and Alzheimer linked?
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There have been actual viricides developed. A few years ago, ViroPharma was prepared to market a viricide called Pleconaril, which had a specially shaped molecule that attached to the key sites in the viruses' outer shell (which enabled them to "lock onto" cell walls, so they could then penetrate the walls and head for the nucleus) and blocked them so they could not attach to cell walls. The inert viruses then were simply shed from the body through urine, etc. Clinical trials including phase three trials with humans proved that it worked with a long list of piconoviruses, the main viruses that cause colds. It also was shown effective against a number of other viruses, including some that were fatal to infants, and for which no other remedy existed. The true cure for the common cold, and a proven life-saving medicine, was never brought to market, because the Clinton-staffed approvals board of the FDA decided not to approve it because it might lessen the effectiveness of some common birth control medications.

But this shows that there is a way to neutralize viruses and remove them from the body before they can infect cells.
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Herpes and Alzheimer linked? - by quadrat - 11-01-2007, 12:23 AM
[No subject] - by mv - 11-01-2007, 12:55 AM
[No subject] - by John L - 11-01-2007, 01:02 AM
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[No subject] - by Monsieur Le Tonk - 11-01-2007, 02:02 AM
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