Would you agree that there doesnt seem to be a lot of research done of HSV? If there is a way of getting involved in research, I would be happy to donate myself as a guinea pig - where would be a good place to start finding out about trials?
Since from your other post I see you aren't in the US - the clinical trials link won't be so helpful :(
Have you contacted any australian herpes support groups? I'm not sure if the HELP group in sydney is still active or not. You can google herpes support, australia to look for a group near you. I thought there used to be a terrific group in australia but so far I haven't found the link I was looking for :( Hopefully you can find it! They should be better able to help you find the info on herpes research in your area.
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