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I think it's important to blog about this in so many ways. I was always a workaholic. I was a straight A student and had a 4.0 in college...
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Its been a busy week since I stopped full time work on 12<SUP>th</SUP> Feb. Not just physically, but mentally as well. Perhaps the mental changes...
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The inability of the second UK XMRV study this time from a friendly research group headed by Dr. Groom to find any XMRV in a very large sample...
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So sick today and full of brain fog. The neighbors are doing me in. I finally went over to the office and filed a complaint. It's bad enough...
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Treatment # 8 Today is my first month's anniversary with Ampligen, and my body celebrated by manifesting all the signs that it was working -...
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This is a post from my blog from a few months back that I'm just getting around to posting here. :) What I Miss Most Note: This is a journal...
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I dont seem to be the only one noticing a very early spring around here. My springtime nemesis, the red alder tree, has begun a very early...
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As expected Dr. Vernon delivered a rather comprehensive overview of the latest XMRV study in the Retrovirology journal. Dr. Vernon spent some time...
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UK researchers are not winning the hearts and minds of CFS patients thats for sure. Just a couple of uplifting weeks after Dr. Mikovits displayed...
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Treatment #7 I don't want to say that getting a needle stuck in your arm is getting routine, but a nice short summary of this morning's...
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Flaring badly tonight. And my loud neighbors and this disease do not mix. They finally turned their junk off. I live in an apartment and for...
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I think what always surprises me the most is how I think I am well enough to do something, then I go to do it and I can't, or it's insanely hard...
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Detox. Most people are familiar with the word, products on store shelves promising to detoxify you from last nights party or flush the junk...
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Treatment #6 I promised I would tell the good, the bad and the ugly of this journey so today's post will have two out of the three Let me get...
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Snowed in from this awful blizzard, not that I was really planning on going anywhere much, but I don't like the feeling of being trapped. New...
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Hi Rachel, A Q&A is hard to hear and hard to transcribe, so I especially appreciate the work that must have gone into this transcript. Thank...
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dreambirdie: have you seen a cardiologist? dr. lerner, a CFS specialist, prescribed Atenolol for me when i started to have heart...
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I actually have a little bitty blog already, from before I found this place, and here's the link: It's Only ME, It's Not My Mind.
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