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Herpes: Challenges and Successes in Treatment

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    Even though herpes is not a life threatening disease, it is widespread. One in five Americans have been diagnosed with either type 1 or type 2 herpes. It's important for physicians to debunk the myth that patients can't pass along herpes to their partner if they don't have symptoms. Dr. David Soper, director of the division of gynecology and general obstetrics at the Medical University of South Carolina, discusses with host Dr. Lisa Mazzullo the best way to diagnose the disease, treatment plans, how to counsel patients and the possibility of a vaccine in the future.

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    Even though herpes is not a life threatening disease, it is widespread. One in five Americans have been diagnosed with either type 1 or type 2 herpes. It's important for physicians to debunk the myth that patients can't pass along herpes to their partner if they don't have symptoms. Dr. David Soper, director of the division of gynecology and general obstetrics at the Medical University of South Carolina, discusses with host Dr. Lisa Mazzullo the best way to diagnose the disease, treatment plans, how to counsel patients and the possibility of a vaccine in the future.

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