Saturday, February 26, 2011

XMRV may explain why cancer and neurological diseases have been on the rise in young people

Andrew S. Wiecek, 02/23/2011:

Judy Mikovits, a researcher at the Whittemore Peterson Institute for Neuro-Immune Disease (WPI) in Reno, NV, believes that XMRV may explain why a number of cancers and neurological diseases—not only prostate cancer and CFS, but also lymphoma, breast cancer, and prostate cancer—have been on the rise in young populations over recent decades.

“It’s scary how many young people under 30 get cancer,” says Mikovits. “It could be environmental, and, of course, the virus would be an environmental agent.” Read more>>

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