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** Is There A Cure For Herpes? **
By Elizabeth Boskey, Ph.D., About.com Guide
Updated October 22, 2011
About.com Health's Disease and Condition content is reviewed by our Medical
*Question: *Is There A Cure For Herpes?
*Answer: *Right now genital herpes and oral herpes are only treatable, not
curable. But a July 2008 letter to the editor that appeared in /Nature/
suggests that that may not always be the case and that one day there may be
a cure for herpes.
One of the reasons that herpes infections are difficult to treat
effectively is that the virus hides in the cells of the nervous system
between outbreaks. During these times, when the infection is latent, the
virus becomes effectively invisible to drugs and the immune system. During
active infections, some of the hidden virus "wakes up" to do its dirty
work, but while any virus remains hidden it's impossible for treatment to
lead to a full herpes cure.
Researchers from Duke University appear to have found the part of the viral
genome that codes for the proteins that allow the oral herpes virus to hide
out during latent periods. The scientists think that they may be able to
develop a drug that turns off these viral brakes, and allows the virus to
come out of dormancy once and for all so that it can be thoroughly
eradicated by antiviral treatment with a drug such as acyclovir. I suspect
that most people with herpes would be thrilled with the possibility of a
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