As the antiviral drug, Acyclovir, is not active to the treatment of EBV induced Infectious Mononucleosis, is there any other recently innovated drug or vaccine in market to treat the patients appropriately?
You know I just checked and it appears that there aren't any antiviral medications that are effective for infectious mononucleosis. I know that there are natural antiviral supplements such as grapeseed extract oil, olive leaf extract and apple cider vinegar.
For chronic EBV infection (CFS), there are antiviral medications such as ampligen & valcyte. My physician originally prescribed the Marshall Protocol for me and I've had success. I recently switched over to another pathogen killing treatment (one that is natural) and still having improvement... so that is what I chose to do.
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