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GIll/Alter/Lo Powerpoint Presentations "Is there a Virus"

Discussion in 'Media, Interviews, Blogs, Talks, Events about XMRV' started by Cort, Feb 18, 2011.

  1. justinreilly

    justinreilly Senior Member

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    The Gill slides made me want to puke. sent him an email asking him to read the CCC.
     
  2. alex3619

    alex3619 Senior Member

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    Hi, I agree with urbantravels, don't expect Lo or Alter to put anything new on slides, but that doesn't mean they wont say something interesting in the presentation. Not long now. Bye, Alex
     
  3. RivkaRivka

    RivkaRivka Senior Member

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    how do we watch?
     
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    CBS Senior Member

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    This Videocast has been designated NIH Only. You are not authorized to view this event from this network. Please refer to this FAQ: NIH and HHS only events
     
  5. RivkaRivka

    RivkaRivka Senior Member

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    what? i emailed to ask that and was told all could watch it. poor staffing.
     
  6. Cort

    Cort Phoenix Rising Founder

    I was under the impression everybody could watch it as well....Is this something new?
     
  7. RivkaRivka

    RivkaRivka Senior Member

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    http://videocast.nih.gov/faq/#nihonly

    Why can't I see NIH-only or HHS-only VideoCasts?

    All VideoCasts are world-accessible except for NIH-only and HHS-only events. Individual event coordinators determine the access level. This is how CIT determines which videos are world-accessible or NIH/HHS only. VideoCasts marked NIH/HHS-only can only be seen from computers on NIH/HHS networks or from outside networks with VPN software. The HHS network includes the following agencies: ACF, AoA, AHRQ, ATSDR, CDC, CMS, FDA, HHS, HRSA, IHS, NIH, PSC, and SAMHSA.

    You will need an NIH VPN account and software on your home computer to watch NIH-only or HHS-only VideoCasts. Virtual Private Network (VPN) allows NIH employees to access the NIH network and Institute computing resources over a third-party Internet Service Provider (ISP) such as that from Verizon FIOS/DSL or Comcast Cable. You will need to contact your third-party ISP to verify that the ISP allows VPN over their network. More information is at http://remoteaccess.nih.gov or staff can call the NIH Service Desk at (301) 496-4357 for VPN information.
     
  8. Cort

    Cort Phoenix Rising Founder

    They do say that the videocasts should be archived in a couple of days and they have a YouTube site with lots of videocasts - so hopefully it will show up there.
     
  9. urbantravels

    urbantravels disjecta membra

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    *sigh*

    *warming up transcribing fingers*

    But, even if we had been able to watch live, we would not have been able to submit questions, I'm guessing. (Does this format even include Q&A?) I'll just have to get Dr. Gill's email address if I want to hassle him about "neurasthenia" and "The Yellow Wall-Paper."
     
  10. Hope123

    Hope123 Senior Member

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    If you look on the advocacy subforum, I have put Gill's e-mail and info in my post on "What are NIH staff being taught about ME/CFS?"
     
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  12. pictureofhealth

    pictureofhealth XMRV - L'Agent du Jour

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    Does anyone here know someone who attended the presentation please, so that we can hear verbatim what was actually presented on the day, and what the contents of the slides were on the day? Then we can compare with the 'watered' down edited version we get in a few days time - if any. Thanks.
     

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