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OUR FAVORITE DRUG (HOPE), AND TIME TO SAY “AUF WIEDERSEHEN”, October 8, 2012, by XMRV Global Action

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    OUR FAVORITE DRUG (HOPE), AND TIME TO SAY “AUF WIEDERSEHEN”, October 8, 2012, by XMRV Global Action

    "Suffice it to say that the XGA team has reached a turning point, and we wanted to exit with a positive statement about hope. This is not a capitulation, rather an opportune time for us individually to focus on our health and our respective advocacy initiatives. October 8th seemed like an apropos day to close shop, and to pass the torch on to other forums. We hope that the tone and content of this letter conveys our feeling of continuing and irrepressible optimism about research and treatment prospects for neuro-immune diseases and for M.E. Even with XMRV’s demise, we have moved substantially forward. And each of us is continuing to work in the background on our own personal
    advocacy initiatives."

    https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B5WMbsUn0T0TZDJGU2x0NTlnZHM
     
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    gracenote All shall be well . . .

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