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Prof Garth Nicholson interviewed on GWS and the overlap with ME, Lyme etc

Discussion in 'Other Health News and Research' started by Countrygirl, Dec 7, 2015.

  1. Countrygirl

    Countrygirl Senior Member

    I am listening to this now with my breakfast and thought some of you might be interested..........well that is an understatement.............anyone with ME should listen and also read Prof Nicholson's book Project Day Lily in my opinion. The link takes you to Prof Garth Nicholson speaking on Gulf War Syndrome earlier this year.


    His book Project Day Lily is a fascinating read too. I downloaded it free a couple of years ago. I noted it is still available free, but I haven't posted the link because I cannot guarantee it is a safe site. I will leave that to you.
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  2. msf

    msf Senior Member

    I´m listening now:

    Interviewer: It´s been a while, so could you remind the audience what the Gulf War was?
    Nicholson: Well, I think most people know what the Gulf War was.

    Bloody intellectuals! How are we supposed to know what the Gulf War was unless you tell us?
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  3. msf

    msf Senior Member

    Haha, most people who listen to the program ´will understand PCR,´ but they don´t know what the Gulf War was.
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  4. heapsreal

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    Interesting that he doesnt blame vaccines directly for causing immune dysfunction but indirectly ie the volume or amount of vaccines given all at once. Makes sense.

    I recall judy mikovits recently saying how it doesn't make sense that new borns get bombarded with vaccines when the first 6 weeks of life they carry their mothers antibodies. Also hep B vaccines are given to kids to young when their risk of getting hepB is very low.

    It makes sense to spread these immunizations out further and only give them when they are near the age of increased risk of certain infections .

    They should also assess further risks by examining the family history for auto immune or immunodeficiency . Maybe they need to develop tests to assess those who have a high risk of reactions to vaccines.
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