Thursday, October 15, 2009

One Click on XMRV

 Quacking Nonsense -
XMRV Virus And Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

A recently identified retrovirus called XMRV has been linked to the debilitating neuroimmune ME/CFS disease that affects more than one million people in the United States alone. Whereas it is a certainty that the pharmaceutical industry will be all over the XMRV virus and ME/CFS, it is disgraceful to maintain that the virus does not exist and that this new research is but a stalking horse for vaccines as Mike Adams of just has. It is not just dodgy psychiatrists who are suffering from scientific research exposure that have been making absolute fortunes out of these ME/CFS patients. Just whom is Mike Adams attempting to protect, we wonder? Before Adams publishes such arrant nonsense out on the internet, perhaps he should consider what a breakthrough this research has been for patients and their families before he quacks ever again.
Jane Bryant, The One Click Group
Related Links:
Detection of an Infectious Retrovirus, XMRV, in Blood Cells of Patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Judy A. Mikovits et al, 10.1126/science.1179052, Scienceexpress
Whittemore Peterson Institute Scientists Discover Significant link between XMRV and ME/CFS
Press Release, Whittemore Peterson Institute - Frankie Vigil, R&R Partners
Breakthrough Science For M.E. Millions After Decades Of Chronic Abuse And Neglect
Independent Leader & Steve Connor, Science Editor - The Independent
The New Journalism - Challenging The Status Quo
Jane Bryant, National Vaccine Information Center Conference Speech, United States of America

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