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Advert for virologist, Imperial College study

Discussion in 'XMRV Research and Replication Studies' started by Min, Jan 14, 2010.

  1. flex

    flex *****

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    Don't expect that he or his influence wont be beind any London study. He influences the whole of the UK policy even from his "retirement" from ME/CFS.

    Wouldn't it be ironic if Mclure won the post for the second London study after "applying" to the advert.
     
  2. gracenote

    gracenote All shall be well . . .

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    to measure XMRV load in CFS and seek strategy for treatment

    The above highlights are what stand out for me. It seems to me that they are assuming that XMRV has some relationship to chronic fatigue syndrome and that part of their study is to to measure XMRV load in chronic fatigue patient samples and to seek a therapeutic strategy for XMRV treatment. In no way, does this sound to me like how the Imperial College study was set up. It actually sounds kind of encouraging. Should I be encouraged?
     
  3. Yes! Be encouraged!
    I think this thread was kind of started in error, but without it, we wouldn't have had the 'Deny-me-Kwik' gem from Mark.
    Big thumbs up to all.
     

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