Thursday, January 20, 2011

XMRV hides in the body until it gets triggered by another infection

By Paula Carnes · Author & Health Advocate:

XMRV leaves the blood and hides out elsewhere in the body until you are stimulated with another infection.

[This could explain that the early outbreaks at Incline Village, NV, Lyndonville, NY and Raleigh, NC were caused by a secondary contagious infection superimposed on an existing XMRV infection.]

Replication of XMRV is stimulated by inflammation and hormones. Read more>>

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