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The Chronic Fatigue Initiative and Interview with Mady Hornig
In a follow-up article to the recent IACFS/ME conference presentation in San Francisco, and after speaking at length with Dr. Mady Hornig, 'searcher' delves deeper into the impressive work being completed by the Chronic Fatigue Initiative, and focuses in on those cytokine results ...
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Discussion in 'Media, Interviews, Blogs, Talks, Events about XMRV' started by urbantravels, Jan 3, 2011.

  1. akrasia

    akrasia Senior Member

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    Hey Justin,

    Good to see you. Nice letter.
  2. markmc20001

    markmc20001 Guest

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    Alex: great post!

    Dipic,

    Yeppers. those guys who troll around and post the negative comments? I call them the corruption supporters. Anybody trying to support the viewpoints that have been clearly debunked. Supporting the CBT stuff is clearly an act of corruption in my mind from the ones that should clearly know better.

    The corruption supporters can be found commenting on other news as well, not just CFS/ME news. They do the same thing for political related articles to. I wouldn;t be supprised if they are hired and paid to do the comments. The corruption suporters opinions, below the online articles, are so uniform at times it seems as though there is no other logical explantion. THey are doing it to control public opinion. I'm super skeptical of everything now of course.(after our long and bruised CFS/ME history with Reeves,wessley, and the rest)
  3. ukxmrv

    ukxmrv Senior Member

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    "Skeptic" is like some sort of ME "Groupie". He has posted to so many online threads. Kinda flattering that in his sad miserable life he needs to follow us around panting for attention.

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