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Scientific American online "Chronic fatigue findings were held back"

Discussion in 'Media, Interviews, Blogs, Talks, Events about XMRV' started by ixchelkali, Jul 5, 2010.

  1. ixchelkali

    ixchelkali Senior Member

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    boomer Senior Member

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    I hope someone replies to this comment which appears as the first one following the article:
    It must be really difficult to do any kind of an actual study on a mythical disease/syndrome. I don't understand how anything can be learned about a disease that doesn't exist. Doesn't the fact that CFS is baloney sort of undermine a signinficant pillar in the study process. How is it even possible to perform a study on a fiction?? This all seems like a ridiculous waste of time and money that could be invested in doing something real about something real.
     
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    Unfortunately, the only reply to "ChrisJones'" comment that can think of is...

    [video=youtube;QS0m9A3iQCI]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QS0m9A3iQCI[/video]
     
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    : )

    Thanks for the link. I couldnt decide if that was a troll or a regular idiot - have commented anyway.
     

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