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Dr. Holtorf Queries ME/CFS Community: How are Antiretroviral Treatments Working?

Discussion in 'XMRV Testing, Treatment and Transmission' started by Cort, Jul 25, 2010.

  1. Cloud

    Cloud Guest

    Thanks for sharing mars....may I ask the dose on the Valtrex? Most I have taken was 500bid
  2. aruschima

    aruschima I know nothing

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    There is a time and place to be critical .......!

    I agree with you a 100%

    Personally i think the line of thought that XMRV infects only already immune deficient patients, and is not the cause of the immune dis-regulation it self, defies logic of the data currently known biological abnormalities in ME/CFS .

    BUT

    If a Dr. contacts us "with an open mind" and wants to help us to find treatment options, it is wrong to minimize such intentions just because he voiced a possibility of a different line of thought than ours, yet is considering to change his line of thought if proven wrong!

    There is a time and place to be critical .......!

    Aruschima
  3. Enid

    Enid Senior Member

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    Wish I could help - denied any antivirals here whatsoever and no more testing. But so good to see such a dedicated Doctor there with you.

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