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ANECDOTAL REPORT: de Meirleir's patients POSITIVE for XMRV

Discussion in 'Media, Interviews, Blogs, Talks, Events about XMRV' started by parvofighter, Dec 19, 2009.

  1. Koan

    Koan Be the change.

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    dancing the mouse jig!
  2. Eric Johnson from I&I

    Eric Johnson from I&I Senior Member

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    Carla, did you mean this week for that little public revelation, or the one after this? I'm now as antsy as a cat in one of those transporter cages, and still worsening.
  3. michal

    michal

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    meirleir

    I visited de Meirleir already for twice. The last time (2 weeks ago).
    He took me a blood and he told me that he will do also the test for XMRV.
    There are still some complications if the test is already correct but he said that he will freeze my blood and if everything will be correct - they will do the test in january. I also know that he will do the test of XMRW to another man. I think he will make it to all of his patients. It is not any more the testing group (I think it was around 150 patients) so I have to pay for the test around 400 EUR.
    sorry for my english
  4. _Kim_

    _Kim_ Guest

    Hi michal

    Thanks for sharing your Dr. de Meirleir experience.

    I understood your post just fine. We have many members here for whom English is not their first language. No need to apologize.

    Welcome to the forums!!
  5. Tony

    Tony Still working on it all..

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    Thanks for the info Michal. There are a several of us on this forum seeing Prof De Meirleir. Hopefully we can see how we all go with treatments over time.

    Cheers...:)

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