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Letter from Annette Whittemore, "Our Responsibility", IP removed from WPI, 11/11/11

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by justinreilly, Nov 11, 2011.

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  1. currer

    currer Senior Member

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    Hi Tony,

    Remember the prostate cancer researchers still stand by their findings.

    If HGRVs do not exist, as the BWG pronounced, how do you account for this?
    Read Singhs paper on her histopathology results in prostate tumors.
     
  2. Kelly

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    I really think this line of commentary needs to stop right here and immediately. It is highly unlikely that any of the parties named above had anything to do with this debacle nor is there any evidence this is the case. Trying thinking it through rationally. Just because you disagree with someone or people who are part of an institution does not give you the right to libel no matter how strongly you feel. And yes, anything you write on a publicly accessible site leaves you open to legal action.
     
  3. Enid

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    Glad you brought that up currer - a larger story than just XMRV being unravelled)

    (Your post 22).
     
  4. barbc56

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    You're innocent until proven guilty so time will tell.

    I worry about the legal implications of what is said online and if it can be used in someones defense or used against them.

    I am not a legal expert, but just wondering.
     
  5. Dreambirdie

    Dreambirdie work in progress

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    What a freaking mess. I would also question whether the CAA, CDC or their kind had something to do with this.

    I would like to see all parties involved, or suspected, to be required to do a lengthy polygraph test.

    As usual it's the patient community who will bear the brunt of this ongoing drama.
     
  6. kurt

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    I have no idea whether this thread is treading on thin ice in terms of the law. But seriously, do we need to speculate about who broke in and stole the missing WPI lab notebooks and whatever else? A crime has happened, been reported, I think we need to leave the rest to the proper investigative authorities.

    Locking this thread until further notice...please do not start further threads on this topic until the authorities have completed their investigation.
     
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