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New Herpes Treatments Website Launched



Herpes treatment 2016


(Medical-NewsWire.com, March 18, 2016 ) Miami, Fl -- Its owners reported that they will evaluate and combine knowledge and experience of people carrying both oral and genital herpes in order to make their lives better and help them beat herpes.

"This is our chance to make this world a healthier and happier place. Every person who has herpes simplex virus can make a difference and help others now." - said Vitaliy, owner of the website.

Herpes is a very widespread virus. Today, more than 67% of the population have HSV type 1, and 11% carry HSV type 2. Herpes spreads very quickly, and almost 20 million people are getting infected each and every year. Scientists have found a link between Alzheimer's disease and herpes each, and it may really effect many families in the future.

"The main goal of our website is to break the social stigma of herpes. Once we change people's perspective of herpes, they will realize the importance of educating themselves about HSV, and that is a crucial step. Understanding the consequences of getting infected with the virus and seeing what people with herpes have to go through may help people raise the awareness. We hope that it will lead to the decline in the number of people getting infected with herpes in the future. We also want to make people more conscious of their health and show them how some of the habits can effect the severity of their symptoms." - added Vitaliy.

Herpes is a tricky virus, and many people are still have no clue they have it. Educating yourself and you family about herpes symptoms and the way it is spread is very important. At this point, most forums and websites provide very limited and general information about herpes. MOHCA, on the other hand, publishes experience of actual people who were able to overcome herpes symptoms, break the social stigma and build healthy relationship despite of herpes. No one usually likes to share the fact that they had herpes with other people, but every success story that proves that it is possible to beat herpes symptoms is important, and that is why all stories on MOHCA will be published completely anonymous. Those experiences are the golden nuggets and can make a huge difference. Those who are willing to step up and share their herpes story can send inquiries via email.

"Most people infected with herpes are not aware of the fact, or simply choose to ignore mild symptoms. It's another part of MOHCA's challenge. Knowledge is the key to success, and if people learn how to mange herpes so that the viral shedding goes down, it could really reduce the number of people infected per year." - stated Vitaliy.

According to MOHCA, most studies are focusing on the vaccine or the new herpes treatment development, and their mission in the meantime is to help people live a normal life until the researchers provide a better alternative. MOHCA will publish stories and tips from people who manage to live outbreak free; people who got clean DNA tests; people who successfully overcame herpes and managed to build strong personal relationships; people who tried different natural remedies, protocols and had positive or negative outcomes. Plus, the website provides a lot of information regarding both natural and traditional herpes treatments.

MOHCA is also looking for companies and doctors who have experience and successful results with alternatives herpes treatments and are willing to collaborate. MOHCA's owners say that they want to debunk the "herpes cure" myth, and prevent people from becoming scam victims of numerous companies that sell "magical cure" products on the Internet and claim that they can actually cure herpes.

About Mohca .Us:
Mohca.us is a website developed to educate people about herpes virus related diseases and help overcome symptoms and stigma associated with a herpes virus.

Mohca .Us

Vitaliy Lonov

17863093998

admin@mohca.us

Source: EmailWire.Com

Source: EmailWire.com


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