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Dr Enlander: Mar 2010 Summary of XMRV research to date and good-science suggestions

Discussion in 'Media, Interviews, Blogs, Talks, Events about XMRV' started by leelaplay, Mar 11, 2010.

  1. leelaplay

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    Dr. Derek Enlander posted this to co-cure today




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  2. Adam

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    Thanks for posting this Island Finn.

    Seems Enlander is talking common sense.

    Collaboration eh? Wow. Now that would be something.
     
  3. Lelvina

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    Is he suggesting that if XMRV fails (or is proven a passanger virus/ only responsible for a small subset) -- that CFS/ME will somehow become a non-physical disease?

    EDIT: Oh, I didn't see -- he's the one who's patients mostly tested negative. K, I give him a bit of a pass. Good for him for wanting to make sure there's 'good science' -- that's still a blah response though.
     
  4. Gerwyn

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    he stated very diplomatically that the european studies were rubbish!
     

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