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Norwegian breakthrough in ME-Research -with English sub [From 2011]

Discussion in 'Rituximab: News and Research' started by ibenagnes, Jan 16, 2013.

  1. ibenagnes

    ibenagnes

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    It´s been a while since the news from Haukeland was published - have a look at this news video from October 2011 again! Good information - and INSPIRATION - from two down-to-earth scientists and a fresh and sporty girl! Note that this was right after they published the results from their phase 1 study. In the meantime they have worked as they describe with phase 2, and "ME-foreningen" and MEandYou Foundation try to raise funds for phase 3.

    I just thought maybe some of you would enjoy seeing this again. I did. Very uplifting!

    :)



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  2. Mya Symons

    Mya Symons Mya Symons

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    I am not seeing English subtitles? Is it me or are there none?
     
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    Andrew Senior Member

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    Turn on Closed Captions (CC)
     
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    Yes, it is uplifting. Does anyone know where to get info on the status of the patients in this study and how they are doing today. Is there any info about further research.

    I spoke to one MD who said, I wouldn't give you this medication, implying it was not safe. But the people who improve sure look happy for once.

    Updates on this study please post
     

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