Thursday, October 17, 2019

Meet The Children Who Are Resistant To Contracting Ebola, HIV-AIDS

December 27, 2011 by  
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My life grows more surreal by the day. Four years ago, I was told that my eight year old identical twins have a fatal genetic cholesterol disease called Niemann Pick Type C (the “Childhood Alzheimer’s”) and they would likely not live to see their 10th birthday. Now I have learned from top virus scientists that [...]

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Chronic Fatigue Virus Saga Continues – Murine Leukemia Virus or MLV Found by FDA and NIH

August 23, 2010 by  
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The chronic fatigue virus saga continues. Today, the NIH, FDA and CDC held a teleconference and provided additional evidence of an association between a virus and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. But instead of focusing directly on XMRV like I thought they would, most of the call was centered on a family of viruses called murine leukemia [...]

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Scientists at NIH, FDA & CDC To Hold Briefing On XMRV Retrovirus

August 23, 2010 by  
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Note: I plan to begin posting blogs about the XMRV retrovirus on Addi and Cassi’s website. Why would I start posting about XMRV when Addi and Cassi have Niemann Pick Type C disease, a fatal “childhood Alzheimer’s” like condition? People who are reading my blog for the first time need to know that all people [...]

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Does XMRV Use Cholesterol to Survive in the Body Like HIV-AIDS? What XMRV Infected Twins May Teach us about the Virus.

November 21, 2009 by  
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You know the old saying, “trust your instincts?”  When you get a “gut feeling” about something, pay attention to it.  Ever since Addi and Cassi first became ill with a flu like virus in 2005, my motherly instincts kicked into overdrive. After months of being sick, I was told by Stanford doctors that Addi and [...]

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