It May be Possible to Test Negative for HSV 1 and HSV 2 (herpes 1 & 2)

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Patients that utilized the photo therapy protocol and an herbal cleanse have reported negative ELISA testing for HSV 1 (oral herpes) and HSV 2 (genital herpes). Doctors are seeking patients to assist in the conduct of double blind studies for this new therapy.

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Phototherapy has had several recent patients report that they have tested negative for HSV 1 (oral herpes) and HSV 2 (genital herpes) with a standard ELISA blood test after utilizing the latest protocol and herbal cleanse. As a result, phototherapy would like to announce its further investigations and studies on these findings.

In October of 2006 phototherapy began testing their newest herpes treatments with a new protocol involving herbal cleansing to assist in treating HSV 1 and HSV 2 conditions on several patients. These patients were directed to administer Phototherapy's newest herpes treatment protocol for their outbreaks along with an herbal cleanse. One week after administration of the newest herpes treatments protocol they were given a special blend of herbs which consists of six (6) potent and effective herbal formulas. This herbal regime contained a blood formula, an immune support formula, a bio-flavanoid, an antiviral formula, an anti-parasitic formula and an intestinal-colon formula which was administered for three weeks. One month later the patients were directed to return to their testing laboratory for a follow up ELISA to determine the presence of antibodies for HSV 1 (oral herpes) and HSV 2 (genital herpes) in their blood sample.

Thus far every patient that has followed the protocol has received a negative blood test for HSV 1 (oral herpes) and HSV 2 (genital herpes). Phototherapy intends to do a small placebo controlled, double blind clinical to verify the above results. These clinical results will be posted on phototherapy web site just as soon as they are completed. Phototherapy invites the public to participate in conducting these studies.

Perhaps there may be an organic method to treat HSV 1 and HSV 2 that has caused so much anguish in people's lives. Only time and more studies can confirm these preliminary reported results. Doctors at phototherapy are looking to conduct double bind studies and need your help.

Patients that might be interested in this study should contact Dr. Stoneburner at jstoneburner1@juno.com (800-996-5161) for more information or visit phototherapy website at http://www.phototherapyforherpes.com.

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