For the thousands who have been awaiting Whittemore Peterson Institute's comments on the second UK research paper reporting failure to find evidence of XMRV in samples from ME/CFS patients: The WPI website has posted a formal response (see In The News).
Other new items posted Feb 18 point to:
• An article in ScienceDaily explaining in less technical terms "a recent study of XMRV that sheds light on the cancer causing properties of retroviruses and suggests a pathway to future vaccine development."
• The free online Q&A on XMRV and CFS that Drs. Mikovits and Cheney hosted Saturday, Feb 20. A video record of the event should be posted soon at www.cheneyresearch.com.