XMRV has been removed from the "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome" page. Pending, I imagine the results of the voting, which is now tied. Prior to them posting an open invite for editors to comment on whether or not it should be included, I don't think anyone even objected to its placement on the page, only how much weight it was given in the overall article. Now it's been completely wiped.
I don't think it'll be back anytime soon and something tells me that trying to bring balance to that page is a losing battle for the forseeable future. Not that it shouldn't be fought, mind you, but there seem to be far too many areas where the opinions of the 'experts' (such as the assertion that the only treatments proven effective are CBT & GET) are going to be given what I think most of us would see as undue strength.
If the CDC does in fact come up with a study far different from what the WPI produced on XMRV, regardless of them using a completely different and probably irrelevant cohort, I think that's going to pose a problem. I don't think that there are a ton of people on Wikipedia hell-bent on having their cfs page tout the view that it's a psychological disorder (in spite of the location mentioned in the user ID of the editor who came along yesterday & turned the whole thing upside down). There are plenty of folks who are intent on seeing Wikipedia's standards upheld, and they are shouting down those who are trying to explain why the standards don't necessarily apply in this case.
Common sense be damned. At present we're not in a good place with this, although we're probably better off than we were until a month ago.
Until today when I looked for XMRV & saw it had been taken down. Because the editors don't believe it belongs there.
The standards say so.