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FDA/NIH STUDY UPDATE, by Mindy Kitei

Discussion in 'Media, Interviews, Blogs, Talks, Events about XMRV' started by Mindy Kitei, Jul 11, 2010.

  1. Mindy Kitei

    Mindy Kitei

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  2. glenp

    glenp "and this too shall pass"

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  3. Tembo

    Tembo Australia

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    Excellent News - thank you Mindy.
     
  4. George

    George waitin' fer rabbits

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    August. ( big grins)
     
  5. Sasha

    Sasha Fine, thank you

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    Thanks, Mindy!

    Does anyone know how long it takes for PNAS to publish a paper once it has been accepted? It's months for some journals but very fast for others.
     
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    What takes a long time normally is for reviewers to write their review. We don't know if the PNAS will be sending the "new" paper back to the reviewers. Even if they are planning to do it the reviewers already know the paper they will have just to check the changes made so it should not take very long I would say.
     
  7. grant107

    grant107 Jean

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    Thank you, Mindy. We are fortunate to have you helping us get the message out, since most of us barely have the energy to get through the day.
    Jean
     
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    oh, I thought it was approved for print. I guess we have learned there is approved for print stage I and approved for print stage II.

    Tina
     
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    I wish I could be more optimistic about all of this, but it seems like we really don't know a) what the paper now says and b) if/when it will be approved.
     
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    dsdmom -
    I agree. I'm concerned about this. We know the paper had been reviewed, accepted for publication, and in galleys. We know it confirmed the WIP/NCI/Cleveland Clinic study.
    Now the new version will be submitted in a few weeks - and needs to go through the "accepted/not-accepted" decision again.
    Still feels fishy. Still a lot of potential for things to go wrong.
     

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