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Report on WPI's Jan 17 XMRV Update - Parts 1 & 2

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www.ProHealth.com • January 20, 2011


A report on the Whittemore-Peterson XMRV research update presented January 17 in Santa Rosa, CA, (PART 1 and PART 2) is offered by blogger “Lannie in the Lymelight,” including photographs of the slides, which will have to do until the WPI posts its video of the presentation at a future date. Lannie’s introduction to PART 1 begins:

“Today I attended ‘Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, the XMRV Retrovirus, and the Human MLV-related Viruses: The latest on testing, treatments and research into XMRV and its relationship to chronic inflammatory neuroimmune disease, including Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Multiple Sclerosis, Fibromyalgia, Chronic Lyme Disease and Cancer' - organized and hosted by Gordon Medical Associates in Santa Rosa, CA.

“Presenters were Dr. Judy Mikovits, Director of Research, Whittemore Peterson Institute and Annette Whittemore, President and Founder, Whittemore Peterson Institute.”

To read PART 1 of Lannie’s report on the presentation - which includes data on XMRV testing in families with various neuroimmune illnesses conducted by Dr. Paul Cheney and the WPI, CLICK HERE. To read PART 2 (why we know XMRV is a human infection that integrates into human tissue, and some biomarkers associated with infection),CLICK HERE.




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