Hunting down the cause of ME/CFS & other challenging disorders - Lipkin in London
In a talk to patients in London on 3rd September, Dr. W. Ian Lipkin described the extraordinary lengths he and his team are prepared to go to in order to track down the source of an illness, with examples ranging from autism to the strange case of Kawasaki disease.
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Article: Where's the Beef? The WPI and the NIH

Discussion in 'Phoenix Rising Articles' started by Phoenix Rising Team, Aug 3, 2010.

  1. V99

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    I completely agree Frickly.
    Most companies would want to proudly say they are sponsoring this conference, so why hide it? Are they about to bring out their own blood test? If they did, and the WPI test was pushed to one side, then most of the money will not go back into ME research.
     
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  3. Sherby

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    This is all so wrong. i wounder how the WPI feels about not be included the last two conferences. Whats going to happen when the next XMRV conference comes along. Wrong Wrong Wrong.
     
  4. V99

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    If the Alter study is published, we (the patients) will suddenly have a voice. How do they expect to shut us up on this,
     
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    Check out NIH's 2010 funding for "Women's Health", $3.9 billion compared to "Infectious Diseases" $3.7billion, "HIV/AIDS" $3.1 billion. Perhaps Pinn wants to spend money on her area of expertise--sex & gender in science and medicine instead of on ME/CFS? :)

    http://report.nih.gov/rcdc/categories/

    Gemini
     
  6. Kronik

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    The talking seems to have moved from "when" the Alter study is published to "if". Is it likely to be now?:sad:
     
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    I agree. Much rather be a social outcast with a real disease, than a social outcast with a 'fake' one. It would be a step or three up from our current status.
     
  8. V99

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    Ignore the 'when' and 'if', it's where the information is coming from that's important. We can't trust the DHHS. Who knows which way it will go. However, It's such a big story they are unlikely to stop it.
     

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