Monday, January 10, 2011

CFS patients show remarkable improvement on antiretrovirals

By Dr. Timothy Luckett:

New findings will be presented by Dr. Judy Mikovits on January 17th, at a medical conference in Santa Rosa titled "The XMRV Retrovirus and its association with cancer and neuroinflammatory diseases: The latest on research, detection, and treatment".

Also, findings with antiretrovirals will be presented: the good news: almost all CFS patients showed remarkable improvements after receiving antiretrovirals - the group that received ... Read more>>

1 comment:

leelaplay said...

I know we all want to hear the latest good news. But my understanding is that the scientists can't speak until their work is published.

I'm not sure if Dr Mikovits will be reporting on new findings. Andrea Whittemore Goad said, "I doubt Dr. Mikovits will speak about anything that is unpublished. She can't too many patients who with the best intentions are attending."

This is similar to Dr Klein's recent statement, "Not everything that we have collaborated on is ready for prime time or to be shared with the public. But, I assure you, there is a lot of work still going on. We are excited by the idea that XMRV may infect the human population and it may be something important. We haven't proven that, but we still believe that is a serious possibility and we continue to work on it."


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