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Teitelbaum now offering his eminent wisdom--we're saved!

Discussion in 'XMRV Testing, Treatment and Transmission' started by mojoey, Aug 24, 2010.

  1. mojoey

    mojoey Senior Member

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  2. SickOfSickness

    SickOfSickness Senior Member

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    T/y for posting this.
  3. urbantravels

    urbantravels disjecta membra

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    *sigh*

    Dear Real Science,

    You who are so stately and objective and self-correcting, please hurry the *&^$! up. You have no idea how much business you're driving into the arms of the snake oil salesmen.

    Love,
    me
  4. Recovery Soon

    Recovery Soon Senior Member

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    Now that's hilarious.
  5. Peggy

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    The title of this thread is worth its weight in licorice extract!
    Speaking of which, is Tietlebaum really going to try and push *more* licorice extract on us after all these years? Thymus and Vitamin C IVs sound reasonable, and the IM gamma globulin seems like a good idea, except for the fact that AIDS patients tried all of this already and still died (and early ME/CFS studies on IVIG/gamma globulin had mixed results). It's gotta be crushing for Tietlebaum to contemplate a reality where he has to stop putting the "F" word (fatigue) on everything he markets to the sick and hopeless: maybe we should feel sorry for him for the amount of money he'll have to spend to erase that word from his empire?
  6. ggingues

    ggingues $10 gift code at iHerb GAS343 of $40

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    should we really hit this link and give him more hits and possibly business. My thoughts of him now are that he is pathetic and a waste of time. I believe his rubbish was published in Psychology Today or something like that?!

    Do I need to say more?!
  7. Recovery Soon

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    This would be almost funny if it wasn't for the THOUSANDS of dollars I wasted at his F&F clinics.

    And $125 a pop for the useless antiviral drips.
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    I'd love nothing more than to see the FFC Centers close down for good.
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    I've had IVIG and it did nothing for me. I've had decades of supplements and spent thousands of pounds trying to fight this disease. So depressing to see the same old unproven things recommended again.

    XMRV+
  10. Daffodil

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    he wants to make as much money as he can before the real drugs come out. makes sense.

    he is a nice guy...maybe he really thinks he is hepling..i dunno
  11. nventor

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    Sue,
    Have you been a patient of Dr. Brewers?

    Regards,
    Roger
  12. ggingues

    ggingues $10 gift code at iHerb GAS343 of $40

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    Kind of funny, if it wasn't so true!

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