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Report on Dr. Jose Montoya's talk at Stanford on March 3, 2011

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by richvank, Mar 7, 2011.

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    I was very encouraged by Dr. Montoya's movie.

    I'd like to share this movie with the Japanese people.
    To do so, the Japanese subtitles should be added and I have to negotiate with Stanford Univ.
    But I am not so good at English, so I can't do that by myself.
    Could someone help me?
     
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    Hide~ I sent you a PM.

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    After I will be given a permission from Stanford hospital. I will have them send the data of the movie by web storage service. I'll add the subtitles to it and upload it to Youtube.
     
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    Sounds like a good plan. That would be great if your could make it happen. Have you seen this?

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    I've already seen it. But I don't buy the DVD.
     
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