Well now I feel kind of stupid because when I try to check it further it says the URL is not working.
I originally received this google alert:
Google News Alert for: XMRV
A Comprehensive Approach to Chronic Fatigue
This virus goes by the name XMRV. A test for this virus is now currently available in my office. "A year ago, I had the flu. Suddenly my symptoms started to ...
George, that was certainly my impression. Grrrrr! Just another shuck trying to make a buck off us.
I had a terrible experience with a DO a few years back who claimed he could cure my FM by forcing the limbs back and forth at the joint to push out the phosphates (Dr. St. Amand protocol) . He left me crippled and in a wheelchair for the next year and took all my money. I learned my lesson!
Thanks, Dr. Yes. I deleted my post because I had made unwarranted and unfair assumptions about this doctor. If anyone else wants to delete, it's a three-step process. First you click on "Edit Post" and then you click on the rectangle that says "Delete" and finally you click on the little round circle next to the words "Delete message." The little round circle is at the bottom left of the page.
Apart from that one bit of slightly unclear wording, his info on CFS really isn't bad at all... wish I had a doctor like that around here!