Breaking new about herpes prescription drug treatment and HIV:
“A new study has revealed that the anti-herpes drug acyclovir can slow down HIV infection, but with the risk that treated cells may promote the emergence of multi-drug resistant HIV variants.
Moira McMahon and colleagues at Johns Hopkins used a sensitive infection assay of white blood cells, and observed that acyclovir could directly inhibit HIV replication. However, as early as five days after initial infection, a mutant version of HIV (V75I) appeared in the cells, and spread to comprise over 90 per cent of the viral population within 94 days.” - Washington, November 7 (ANI)
If you are infected with HIV and also suffer from herpes, you may want to consider an alternative natural treatment for herpes.