Herpes Cure Advocacy

A Cure for Herpes: Urgently Needed for Millions


A cure for Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV-1 and HSV-2) is urgently needed for the 6 billion people globally living with HSV. Herpes is not benign. We need a cure today because patients are waiting.

Despite herpes being highly common, it is a traumatic diagnosis. We believe that because Herpes Simplex is stigmatized so intensely, there have been no centralized advocacy efforts to date, and no cure.

Herpes Cure Advocacy (HCA), a grassroots membership-based international non-profit organization, is dedicated to the treatment, cure, and prevention of Herpes Simplex Virus types 1 and 2. Founded in 2020, HCA collaborates with patient advocates worldwide to create change and improve the quality of life for carriers of HSV.

While there is no cure for herpes currently, there is hope on the horizon. The clinical pipeline for Herpes Simplex Virus types 1 and 2, known as the Herpes Cure Pipeline 3.0, is continuously evolving. Researchers and scientists are working tirelessly to develop effective treatments and ultimately find a cure.

To stay updated on the latest news in clinical research and medical breakthroughs for the cure, treatment, and prevention of Herpes, visit the Herpes Cure Advocacy blog. The clinical pipeline is gaining momentum, and it is crucial to stay informed about the progress being made.

One of the significant challenges in the fight against herpes is the increased risk of HIV acquisition associated with herpes infection. According to a study, herpes infection increases the risk of HIV acquisition more than any other sexually transmitted infection. Additionally, herpes has been found to impact brain health, although the extent of this impact remains unknown.

Advocacy plays a crucial role in raising awareness and driving change. If you want to get involved and help rally for a herpes cure, consider joining Herpes Cure Advocacy. Together, we can make a difference and work towards a future where herpes is no longer a burden.

For more information about Herpes Cure Advocacy and our goals, visit our website and learn how you can contribute to the cause. There needs to be a greater emphasis on cure, treatment, and prevention, as no public health intervention or national strategy currently exists.