Nature Journal Confirms the Research that Herpes May Lead to Brain Damage; Herpes vaccines to be taken immediately after getting infected

A study regarding the effects of Herpes was conducted by Nobel laureates this year. The findings were published in the Nature journal last month, which is the most cited science journal in the world. The study confirms that the Herpes infection may lead to brain damage in some people. The doctors encourage people to treat herpes immediately because they might become victims of acute inflammation of the brain after getting infected with the herpes virus. VyGone has taken an initiative in helping individuals fights herpes. More information about herpes vaccines by VyGone can be found on http://www.ultimatecoldsoretreatment.com/.

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Boise, ID (PRWEB) November 23, 2012

A study regarding the effects of Herpes was conducted by Nobel laureates this year. The findings were published in the Nature journal last month, which is the most cited science journal in the world. The study confirms that the Herpes infection may lead to brain damage in some people. The doctors encourage people to treat herpes immediately because they might become victims of acute inflammation of the brain after getting infected with the herpes virus. VyGone has taken an initiative in helping individuals fights herpes. More information about herpes vaccines by VyGone can be found on http://www.ultimatecoldsoretreatment.com/.

The study is based around the finding that the skin cells of people who suffer from such viruses and diseases are not able to produce interferon, which is a protein that is released to combat pathogens. Since interferon is not released as it should have been, victims become more susceptible to brain damage. Itai Pessach, a pediatrician working at Sheba Medical, said, "Interferon is an important mediator in the infection processes in the body, and is used in medicine to treat certain types of hepatitis - and we have found that its absence is what leads to an increased risk of damage to brain cells"

Even though there are two types of herpes virus that people can get infected with, brain damage is a result of the HSV-1 type. This study published in the Nature Journal this month is actually based on Jean-Laurent Casanova’s study of 2007. Casanova, in his study, identified the TLR3 genetic mutation on which researches are still being done.

Herpes is a virus which infects people in two forms, either on the face and around the mouth, or in the genital area. Cold sores and fever blisters are part of the herpes simplex virus which. The virus usually lasts 2-22 days, but the duration may vary from person to person and the kind of treatment they are taking. Even though there are many treatments for herpes, once the virus enters the body of a person, it stays there for the rest of their life. This does not mean that sores are permanent too. They can be treated and cured, but the virus may infect the victim again if proper care is not taken. The herpes virus can be transmitted from person to person through kissing, sharing of glasses, towels and other such things.

Vygone provides the answers to all the problems caused by the Herpes simplex virus. Vygone is a company offering solutions for herpes and various diseases related to herpes. More information can be found on http://www.ultimatecoldsoretreatment.com/. It offers herpes vaccines and cures, mentions all the symptoms of the virus, and provides other information that may be of use of great use. People who are suffering from it already, or who know people that are infected by the HSV, should visit the website for more information.


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