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Dr. Lerner on XMRV and Ampligen

Discussion in 'XMRV Testing, Treatment and Transmission' started by misskoji, Nov 8, 2009.

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  2. KC22

    KC22 Senior Member

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    Dr. Lerner

    Thanks for sharing this info.

    I am pleased to see him open to the finding of XMRV. Dr. Lerner impresses me because of his lack of ego. He has spent his life researching the three viruses, yet when XMRV appeared, he is glad that more information is available to help us.

    He is more concerned with the right answers than his answers. I believe his work fits into this picture.

    When I asked him about ampligen, he states he likes it, but it is difficult to use because it is IV. I have a feeling if I lived near him, I would possibly be trying ampligen.
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    Eric Johnson from I&I Senior Member

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    Heck, you can have a big ego and still give in to evidence -- all it takes is a grain or two of honesty, and, in fact, self-respect!

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