The only treatment that completely clears the human papillomavirus (HPV) in infected people.
Another victory against the pharma monopoly!
In addition to Gene-Eden-VIR/Novirin, what other treatments are available?
There are no approved drugs that clear the human papillomavirus (HPV), or eliminate the abnormal growths. There are vaccines, which are given to uninfected individuals, usually young girls and boys, to boost their immune system against the virus. There are also surgical procedures that doctors use to remove the warts, and the precancerous and cancerous cells. These procedures include cryotherapy, conization, and the Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure (LEEP). However these procedures only remove the abnormal growths. They don’t kill the virus in the body. They also don’t prevent the virus from causing new growths. As a result, many cases of HPV infection require lifelong monitoring, and repeated expensive and painful procedures.
What Is HPV?
HPV is the most common sexually transmitted infection. It’s so common that nearly 80 million Americans are living with the virus. Most sexually active people will contract HPV at some point in their lives.
How did I get infected with HPV?
You got infected by having skin to skin contact with an infected person. There are many known strains of HPV. These strains are passed through sexual contact, and can affect the mouth, throat, and genitals. In rare cases, a mother with HPV can infect her baby during birth.
How Do I Know that I Have HPV?
Most people with HPV don’t now that they are infected. Although it might take years, in most cases, the virus runs its course, and is cleared by the immune system. However, in about 10% of the cases, the immune system fails to clear the virus. In these cases, the virus can cause serious health problems.
What are the symptoms of an HPV infection?
Some strains of HPV cause genital warts, while others cause cervical cancer and cancers of the genitals, head, neck, and throat. Many times, HPV-related cancers do not show symptoms until the cancer is in late stages.
Where can I find the papers on the clinical studies?
See below. Please remember that these papers were published in medical journals, and therefore were written for doctors. We suggest you show the papers to your doctor, and ask your doctor to explain them to you. To print the first pages of the papers, which include the abstracts, open the pdf and print. You can also click here to read a simple explanation of the clinical studies described in these papers. At the end of the explanation you will find a video with Dr. Hanan Polansky and Dr. Edan Itzkovitz explaining the clinical study in simple terms.