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Has anybody seen this lecture by DR. Kenny De Meirlier at Mt Sinai in NY on 11/2011 ?

Discussion in 'GcMAF' started by Xandoff, Mar 28, 2012.

  1. Xandoff

    Xandoff Michael

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    Grettings and salutions!
    I just found this video of Dr. De Meirleir and I it is very informative. My Doctor just had my blood sent out to Belgium for the Nagalase teast on March 7, 2012 and for my vitamin D levels. I am XMRV positive and just came off 14 months of Valcyte which did help. I have also just titrated my LDN from 1.5 to 3.0 mg with great results.


    GcMAF Treatment for ME/CFS
    Six presentations were given at the Mt. Sinai ME/CFS Research and Treatment Center conference on Sunday November 20, 2011. Here is a lecture delivered by Dr. Kenny De Meirleir, who practices medicine in Brussels. Dr. De Meirleir has worked with ME/CFS patients for many years and is seen as one of the foremost ME/CFS Clinician/Researchers. Dr. De Meirleir spoke for a half-hour on the compassionate use of GcMAF in this patient population. Dr. De Meirleir will be associated with this new ME/CFS Center at Mt. Sinai- as a clinical consultant.

    The video and audio was made by Peter and Nicholas Cairns.

    http://www.gc-maf.de/en/gcmaf-treatment-for-mecfs.html
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    alex3619 Senior Member

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    This is an excellent discussion of GcMAF, Nagalase and LPS, together with a discussion of co-infections and IRIS. Bye, Alex

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