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NIH="InsufficientResearch"=DUH !
Treatment= more"SELF Management"
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Tuesday, August 24, 2010

#76~ NIH/FDA vindicates WPI paper= BooYah!

Latest Paper links 85% of ME/CFS patients with a form of Retrovirus !!

This is "one" of the days we've been waiting for... and it did NOT disappoint.
Here is a pdf copy of the Alter/Lo paper if you want to read the whole thing..

As of this moment's count over 104+ articles have been written per Google by various new agencies/papers about this research Paper on the latest RETROVIRUS Family that is infecting HUMANS...a good number of them unfortunately tho seem to MISS the Major POINT Here.. that THIS is a Retrovirus... NOT just your average "I've got a cold" Rhinovirus.. 
Maybe they forgot HIV that caused AIDS is a RETROVIRUS ??

The NEXT Question is WHEN are they going to take it SERIOUSLY with regard to the "Public Blood Supply" and DEMAND that the blood supply be screened for this Family of Retroviruses so that every person about to "donate/receive" blood or receive a transfusion does NOT have to worry about passing on the Horrible Diseases that those of us for the last 24 years have suffered from... it may not kill you IMMEDIATELY Like AIDS, but Trust me, it WILL Kill your Life As YOU Knew it...

It is Progressive and can/will go on to cause other organs to fail and take your families energies, bankrupt bank accounts and any semblance of a "normal life" they had with it.


Statement by Whittemore Peterson Institute
August 23, 2010

Statement on XMRV/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome 
Positive replication study confirms WPI’s findings

The Whittemore Peterson Institute(WPI) would like to congratulate the distinguished authors of the recently released replication study linking XMRV with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Dr. Shyh‐Ching Lo of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Dr. Harvey Alter of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Their published findings in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), confirm the central thesis of WPI’s 2009 study associating a new human gamma retrovirus, XMRV, with patients diagnosed with myalgic
encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) while also providing answers for the failure of others to find such a link.

Validation by these prestigious researchers from two United States governmental agencies demonstrates the need for expanded research on human gamma retroviral infection and its association to ME/CFS and other neuro‐immune diseases.

“We are hopeful that with continued collaboration between our government, the biomedical industry and institutions such as the WPI, we will continue to discover answers for the millions around the world who suffer with neuro‐immune diseases,” said Annette Whittemore, president and founder of the Whittemore Peterson Institute. For additional thoughts by Dr. Judy Mikovits, please view (below).

The WPI is committed to the research and further understanding of XMRV and its
relationship to neuro-­immune disease. With the recent opening of the institute’s new translational research facilities located on the medical school campus of the University of Nevada, Reno, come expanded opportunities for new avenues of research and development of effective diagnostics and treatments for those affected by neuro-­immune disease.

Annette Whittemore

Dr Judy Mikovits

MORE Research is Needed NOW more than EVER so we don't have to go thru another Epidemic without the Research having been DONE when we KNOW we have the knowledge, the Scientific talent and the Drug companies are ready to alter their meds and start Trials ASAP... Please Help us Help YOU>

If you wish to Help:

*You can pass this article on to someone you know that NEEDS to know this info.

*You can pass this article on to someone that you feel would be in a position to Help us. 

*You can write a letter to the Dept of HHS and ask Sec Kathleen Sebelius to screen the country's blood supply ASAP for the family of the MRV Retroviruses.

*You can Help by even spreading the Word that a 3rd Retrovirus is OUT THERE or Rather IN OUR BLOOD and the Public needs to BE AWARE NOW....

*You can also be aware that there is a HUGE Difference between "chronic fatigue" and "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome" aka ME/CFS myalgic encephalomyelitis.. that the CDC has Refused to ACKNOWLEDGE FOR 25+ YEARS... "as if diseases will Honor County borders.." in the rest of the world this is called M.E.

*You can also even if it's just $5 Help us by donating to the WPI...
The ONLY Place like this in the WORLD> Seriously !!! They need EVERY Penny for Research they can...They were the FIRST even w/o their building to make the First Breakthru on this illness, but this is ONLY the first skirmish... we have Far to GO...

In the last CENTURY the World has NEVER seen a facility like this built around the patient, with researchers, scientists and Dr's to treat the patients... This is HISTORY MAKING AND NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT cuz you KNOW "The Insurance Co" sure as heck aren't gonna pay for this... So PLease check this out and then collect those pennies, nickels, dimes, dollars and whatever you can gather.. any kind of Fund Raiser you can think of...PLEASE....
Do I need to tell you HOW many children also have this illness ?? 
You would be crying and not be able to read this blog. Seriously ....

This is what we have been working HARD for and This Building JUST OPENED last weekend... so they are just beginning..

Without your Help EVERYTHING will take LONGER....and Retroviruses 
spread Fast and do NOT discriminate against age, sex or profession.

The NEW WPI Facility~

The 17million (so far) around the World ♥THANK YOU♥

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

#75~ The Ribbon is CUT at WPI.

The Ribbon  has been CUT on the REAL Game Changer.

“We have immune system profiles and we can tell by the immune system how the XMRV is doing the damage,” she said. “So we could have a diagnostic test to follow clinical treatment and show that people’s immune systems go back to normal. That’s the latest data that’s really amazing. That’s what we’re after.”
                                          ~ per Dr Judy Mikovits

Press Release from WPI ~

August 16, 2010

The Whittemore Peterson Institute Celebrates Formal Dedication of New Building
Innovative research facility to offer unique collaboration of science and medical treatment

Reno, Nev. – Today, the Whittemore Peterson Institute (WPI) celebrated the completion of its new facility at the Center for Molecular Medicine. 

The WPI is the first institute in the world to integrate research, education and treatment of neuro-­immune diseases. Located at the University of Nevada, Reno, the $77 million facility is the result of an innovative partnership funded by a combination of University Research grants, private contributions to the WPI, 
and public funding from the state of Nevada. The new WPI facilities, set to open in fall 2010, include executive and administrative offices, research and clinical labs and a medical clinic.

“The completion of this building is the realization of a dream and a beacon of hope for patients affected with neuro-­immune 

diseases,” said Annette Whittemore, president and founder of the Whittemore Peterson Institute. 

”Our strategic partnership with the University, combined with this dynamic setting gives us confidence that the research done here will translate into innovative medical care for patients around the globe. We are proud that our work will soon lead to new avenues of research and treatment for these diseases.”

Monday’s program included a reception for donors, government officials, and personal friends of the institute and University, followed by brief presentations on the topics of higher education, University and WPI research, and the
significance of this new medical research building.

Speakers included U.S. Senators Harry Reid and John Ensign, U.S. Representatives Shelley Berkley and Dean Heller, State Senator William Raggio, University President Milton Glick and Annette Whittemore.

“The WPI’s comprehensive medical program will bring together physicians, nurses, technicians, state-­of-­the-­art equipment and other resources to provide an incomparable suite of medical services and information.” said Mike Hillerby, director of operations at the Whittemore Peterson Institute. “This facility will offer a unique setting where medical care, clinical laboratory testing and research can be integrated to develop effective treatments for patients suffering from chronic debilitating diseases.”

The Whittemore Peterson Institute will hold an invitation-­only scientific symposium on Tuesday, August 17, bringing together leading researchers, clinicians, and key collaborators from the medical and research community to
discuss the latest XMRV research findings, medical research data and evaluate treatment outcomes since the publication of their 2009 XMRV study.
The symposium organized by the Whittemore Peterson Institute, entitled
XMRV in Human Disease, will be led by WPI Director of Research, Dr. Judy Mikovits.

On August 21, the University and WPI will host an open house at the Center for Molecular Medicine from 10a.m. to noon. The event will be open to the public and will include tours of the new facilities. Researchers and representatives of the Whittemore Peterson Institute and University of Nevada School of Medicine will
be on hand to discuss the new facility and its ongoing research.

For additional information about the Whittemore Peterson Institute and for a list
of upcoming news and events, please visit