It is suggested that antiviral drugs used to treat herpes may help lower or prevent this cognitive deterioration.PLo S ONE magazine from the Public Library of Science explains the study.In lab studies it has been determined that growth and recurrences of HSV-1 are linked to the cognitive decline in Alzheimer's patients.The question is no longer "if" but "how much" HSV-1, Herpes Simplex Virus, contributes to this decline.They long believed the healthy lining was an effective barrier to invasion of the HIV virus during sexual intercourse.New research from Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine has shown for the first time that the HIV virus does indeed penetrate a woman's normal, healthy genital tissue to a depth were it can gain access to its immune cell targets.
Global Industry Analysts Inc.'s report, "Herpes Simplex Virus Treatment: A Global Strategic Business Report", provides an extensive review of HSV treatment, current market trends, key growth drivers, recent product approvals, recent industry activity, the available treatment, overview of major drugs, insight into current leading and pipeline drugs, and profiles of major/niche global as well as regional market participants.
Newly identified T-cells, called CD8aa T-cells, are the first to contain the herpes virus before it erupts above the skin.
Through new techniques, biopsies discovered these CD8aa T-cells were found where the dermis (outer layer of skin) and the epidermis (layer just below the surface) connect.
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