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VIDEO: MECFS Alert 26 - Dr. Peterson Says 'Hold on, There is Hope'

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www.ProHealth.com • June 15, 2012


ME/CFS Alert co-host Llewellyn King interviews leading ‘chronic fatigue syndrome’ clinician Daniel Peterson, MD, on the research world’s newest insights. Dr. Peterson, whose recently launched Simmaron Research Foundation ( http://simmaronresearch.com) is focused on finding and funding the world’s most promising pilot studies, lays out many reasons that now is a time for patients to have real hope.





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VIDEO: MECFS Alert 26 - Dr. Peterson Says 'Hold on, There is Hope'
Posted by: liis
Jun 15, 2012
From the title, I was expecting more in the 'hope' department! Also wondering about Ampligen: Peterson basically thinks it's terrific, but only about 100 people are on it in the US. I've noticed at least 2 people on ME/CFS memorial lists who were on Ampligen; I believe one died of cancer. If it's really so great that's a pretty high percentage of people dead relative to people on the drug. Any thoughts?
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Mar 3, 2015
I like King's advocacy, and I'm glad that Ampligen was at least explored.

 

 
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