But at some point it has to come into circulation and in all fairness the second part of the trials are underway. I've had the answer "buraucracy" I wish they would specify what exact "buraucracy" is holding up progress then as a collective we know what direction in which to put our energy!
I wouldn't be so sure about this - looking at the Replicor website the results of 9 person clinical trial looks like their drug has cured HBV in 8 out of 9 patients. If this is Phase II B trials the time could be 2-3 years. 8 out of 9 is over 90% cure rate in 26 week treatment.
The following is from the press release on their website
All patients have achieved HBV antibody levels seen in healthy patients after vaccination with a total of 12 weeks of combination treatment and many patients have achieved antibody titers > 1000 mIU / ml. In 8 out of 9 patients who have achieved this therapeutic vaccine-like response, they continue to control their viral infection 12 – 24 weeks after all treatment is stopped.
oh my...sequential treatment anyone can use has a superior 91% cure rate with totally free treatment in states with healthcare.
it is impossible to market new drugs and this is why no drug is reaching the market since 2008 (tdf in europe)
anyone of us started with immune tollerant phase with hbsag>100.000iu/ml, it lowers with age or with antivirals.if antivirals can reduce cccdna 98-99% by 10 years corresponding hbsag is very very low if not und already
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