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"HSV1 and Alzheimer's."
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re: my thread question at http://herpeshomepage.com/dcforum/support/25764.html

Here are links to "reports" about linking hsv1 to Alzheimer's. These were not some quack reports. That there were reports by the mainstream and the fact that this was even mentioned, that even "findings" exist making the link is scary.
They could have said hsv1 is linked to pimples, or hsv2 or something, but no, some research findings said some link to Alzheimer's was discovered and it wasn't some quack or scamming cure vending organization that reported it.







I guess a silver lining to this bad news , is that if taken seriously enough, perhaps some funding for Alzheimer's research will also spill over into HSV cure research.

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