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German Study Reports XMRV in Respiratory Tract Secretions of 2% to 10% of Those Tested

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www.ProHealth.com • May 18, 2010


The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) has expedited release of a German study that reports evidence of XMRV in the respiratory tract secretions of 2.3% to 9.9% of patients who had presented to them with respiratory tract infections, as well as 3.2% of samples from subjects without respiratory tract infections whom they used as controls. The subgroup demonstrating the highest incidence (9.9%)were immunosuppressed patients.

To read a summary of the new report, titled "Xenotropic Murine Leukemia Virus-related Gammaretrovirus in Respiratory Tract," and to link to a PDF of the full article, published online May 18 by the CDC publication Emerging Infectious Diseases, click here.



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XMRV chronic rhinosinusitis?
Posted by: KerryK
May 18, 2010
These results make me wonder if XMRV may be part of chronic rhinosinusitis - another mysterious disease that is overrepresented among the FMS/CFIDS community. Could all these co-existing conditions be one disease?
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