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Anecdotal News: Retroviroligist finds XMRV in Europe

Discussion in 'XMRV Research and Replication Studies' started by Frank, Feb 23, 2010.

  1. Alexia

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    Hi creekfeet,
    I'm just too tired to translate it... but I found that it gives a summary of the situation. It's 9 pages! nothing new for us (except the news from Dr. De Meirleir) but for someone who doesn't know much about XMRV it's really great.
  2. creekfeet

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    I will be looking forward to March for way more than the Academy Awards, now.
  3. creekfeet

    creekfeet Sockfeet

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    Yeah, a good overview to show to family, friends, and uninformed doctors, would be valuable.
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    Very interesting....roll on March! :Retro smile:
  5. Hope123

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    De Meirleir and the parties involved need to publish in an English (the main language of science right now) peer-reviewed journal. The reality is that governments, researchers, and healthcare staff will take this much more seriously if it is. My concerns about De Meirleir is he makes a lot of announcements but doesn't back it up by publishing. I'm not asking for the New England Journal of Medicine or the Journal of the American Medical Association here. People talk about CFS being a stigmatized subject for journals but I think that is changing and I have always admired various CFS researchers who endeavor to get their articles published somewhere, anywhere even if it's a less well-known journal as their work will show up in searches for articles when other or new researchers look for them.

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