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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


  1. Waw!

    Many thanks for posting. Although I heard this late last night it was great to see the U tube version and listen again.

    Many thanks for posting

  2. thanks for this Angel!!

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