article Health experts are hopeful that the treatment they’re testing on rabbits will be successful in treating herpes.
Dr. Peter J. Mancini, president of the American College of Rheumatology, said the treatment may work well in humans, but there’s more work to be done.
“We have not yet proven that the rabbit has herpes,” Mancinis said.
“We do know that it is more sensitive to the herpes virus.”
Mancini said the rabbit could be treated by giving it an injection of the virus, but he said that would have to be administered through a syringe and that the vaccine was too expensive to produce.
Dr, John R. Miller, president and CEO of the Canadian Society of Rhesus Microbiology, said that while there’s no research yet, it’s possible that the rabbits could be given a shot.
“It’s very important to know that, and this is something that we are actively looking at,” Miller said.
“You’re going to have to give the rabbit a shot, and it’s not just going to be a vaccine.
It’s going to need to be given through an injectable solution, and that’s going, you know, the key to the success of this.”
There’s no evidence that the injection has anything to do with the transmission of the disease.
“The study, published in the journal Scientific Reports, found that a combination of scotch and mineral water could be used to treat herpes.
The research involved a group of six rabbits that had herpes, and were then tested for antibodies against the virus.
After three weeks, all of the rabbits had been cured of the herpes infection.
The rabbits were then put on a vaccine that contained both scotches and mineral waters.
Mucus was added in between the two, and the vaccine worked by suppressing the virus by suppressing its ability to cause infection.
While Mancinas research suggests that scotchy water can help the rabbits’ herpes infection, Miller said the research does not rule out other potential treatments, including a vaccine, that could be produced.”
We don’t know all the things that we could be able to do, but the rabbits are doing pretty well.””
There’s still a lot of work to do.
We don’t know all the things that we could be able to do, but the rabbits are doing pretty well.”
He added that even though there is some evidence to support the treatment, the vaccine has not been shown to work in humans.
“That is, there are some limitations, but they haven’t been tested in humans yet,” he said.
Health experts say there are other factors to consider before using a vaccine for herpes.
“One of the challenges with vaccines is that they’re not as well studied as other treatments that are on the market,” Miller explained.
“One of our biggest concerns is that there are so many unknowns and unknowns in this vaccine.”
Some people are saying that the scotchers in the vaccine may have an effect in the future, but that hasn’t been proven yet.