Whittemore Peterson Institute research director Dr. Judy Mikovits thrilled the house Oct 17 at the New Jersey CFS Assoc. annual conference in Eatontown.
She gave a one-hour talk on the latest research linking XMRV & its variants to ME/CFS – shooting out information in her typical machine gun style.
The presentation wasn’t just good, it was “smashing”; it was “astonishing,” says The CFS Patient Advocate (Christoopher Cairns), who has summarized the high points on his blog. (“NJCFS conference day – Dr. Judy Mikovits”)
Dr. Judy made him see the momentum and possibilities coming out of this research, says Cairns: “It is time to drop the detachment” to help in any way we can. (See "How to Help," at http://wpinstitute.org/help/index.html)