Hi every body,
Any body knowes somthing about this medication? any update?
also from a german university ...
thanks for the good news. and good luck
good luck and keep us posted :)
As they say in the Chinese forum, V5 to you!
Many thanks for the good news.
I had email contact with Dr. Protzer (University of Munich). She told me that they are testing the new therapy on non-infected persons at the moment. Testing it on "us" is scheduled for 2012. So it's pretty much the same as with Myrcludex B. That`s it for now.
P.S.: I offered to be a test person next year. Once I get some response, I will let you know.....
The Germans are really doing first class research on finding a cure for Hepatitis B. Thanks for sharing, please keep us posted.
Thank you for the information.
Hope you will update us for any development on this
Thank you for your understanding
Vireadeater, thanks for the information.
please let's keep us updated, germany and holland are the best places for research and the only ones against the US drug makers making useless nucs, i am sure they will develop both drugs
please follow closely Myrcludex B and which universities are or will test on hbv carriers, it is also good that being in euripean community we have free access to healthcare systems (at least italy with other EC) and germany is for sure the best and most advanced on hbv especially hamburg university hospital
Some more information in English:
In Germany the news about "the new treatment" made it into the big newspapers. Yet I could not find out if they have already started clinical studies. Basically it says that they stopped the virus from replication AND modulated the immune system in a way that reinfection of cells got stopped.
After Myrcludex-B and REP9AC this seems to be a third new reason for hope to get rid of pesty HepB.....Since I am German I might write them an email on how far the testing of this new drug has proceeded. Did that on Myrcludex B too and got the answer that they are testing it on healthy patients, and next year they scheduled to test in on "us"! So long...keep it up.
Yes, it was translated by Chrome.
I had a quick look on web to fond it in English, but I don't found it and i paste the translation.
I will update this if found something new.
Thanks for the article - did you use Google Translate?
thanks for the share :)
I hope that they come up with an alternative and more effective way of treating or even come up with the cure for HEPB in the next few years :)