Interview with Sharyl Attkinson of Full Measure News

Finally, an interview where I get to tell my story about what really happened with Dr. Bill Halford and the vaccine. Even though there are some assumptions from the first person in the interview, it is still a great opportunity to get the truth about what happened to me and several others who benefited from the vaccine.

Interview with Josh Bloom 2/8/18

Richard Mancuso is one of the 17 patients who participated in the highly controversial Theravax herpes vaccine trial in St. Kitts. Mancuso was in New York for media appearances promoting his new book, "Asking For A Friend." He kindly took the time to stop by our office and answer questions about his personal experiences with the vaccine, the company (Rational Vaccine) and its founder, Dr. Bill Halford.

Interview with Dr Max Gomex CBS 2

As CBS 2 news Dr. Max Gomez explained, the manufacturers said this could be close to a cure.

“It’s been two to three outbreaks a month for 20 plus years,” Richard Mancuso said.

Mancuso has been suffering with severe herpes flare ups ever since he  was infected as a young man in his 20s. Like many sufferers, the painful blisters can actually breakout almost anywhere. He gets them  around his eyes and mouth as well as the original area.

“You don’t just suffer at the area, your whole body suffers.

Interview on Something Positive for Positive People

This podcast episode features 49 year old Rich Mancuso who participated in a  clinical trial to relieve his severe herpes symptoms. His book, 'Asking  for a Friend', tells the story of surviving herpes and receiving a  functional cure* from a vaccine. 

Rich shares his experience contracting HSV-2 in his early 20's and  how it was possibly mistaken for a yeast infection by a dissmissive  doctor, then after some irritation on the butt cheek, it was confirmed  to in fact be HSV-2 by a sarcastic doctor. 

In this episode, I wanted to give Rich a safe space to share his  story  as well as promote his book without giving too much away. This  episode runs long as we anticipated, but there are a lot of nuggets in  here that are useful to not only the herpes community, but also to the  non-herpes community. We discuss stress and its relation to herpes  outbreaks, a different perception of suicide having more to do with loss  of control than selfishness and shame and how it prevents us from  testing new forms of treatment here in the US.