University of Oklahoma Grand Rounds: Role of XMRV in Human Disease, Mar 03

parvofighter

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Sorry, this one got away. Anyone want to follow up to see if we can get slides, etc?

The University of Oklahoma, Health Sciences Center
Grand Rounds: Wednesday March 3, 2010
Infectious Diseases (ID) Research Conference: The Role of XMRV in Human Disease,
Karen Kinney, MD,
Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine/Infectious Diseases. TCH2E104.

For more information contact:
LaMarion Morris
Department of Medicine
271-6122
lamarion-morris@ouhsc.edu

http://www.oumedicine.com/body.cfm?id=3361

More info Karen Kinney, MD
Department of Internal Medicine; Infectious Diseases Section
Interests:HIV, Infections in Immunocompromised Hosts
 

Kati

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Parvo, you are very ressourceful!!! Thank you for sharing all this info- and would be very curious to hear about the presentation. XMRV is blossoming in the medical and scientific world, and it's really nice to see.
 

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Sorry, this one got away. Anyone want to follow up to see if we can get slides, etc?

The University of Oklahoma, Health Sciences Center
Grand Rounds: Wednesday March 3, 2010
Infectious Diseases (ID) Research Conference: The Role of XMRV in Human Disease,
Karen Kinney, MD,
Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine/Infectious Diseases. TCH2E104.

For more information contact:
LaMarion Morris
Department of Medicine
271-6122
lamarion-morris@ouhsc.edu

http://www.oumedicine.com/body.cfm?id=3361

More info Karen Kinney, MD
Department of Internal Medicine; Infectious Diseases Section
Interests:HIV, Infections in Immunocompromised Hosts
Mary Schweitzer said in a recent column that a foul-mouthed blogger who despises people with CFS is a graduate student at the University of Oklahoma. The student has spent a good deal of time on her blog doing what I would call vicious character assassination of Judy Mikovits.

Mary said the blogger's name is Abigail (Abbie) Smith, and she posts under the user name ERV.

Isn't it ironic?