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Monday, April 04, 2016

The part of the AIDS epidemic that dare not speak its name.

  “About 15 years ago, I started working with 10 patients who’d had their lives devastated by this illness,” says Montoya, now a professor at Stanford University and one of the world’s leading experts on the disease. “I had been able to help them, so I took my results to my academic mentor and he told me: ‘You are committing academic suicide. You’re turning your career into a mess.’”

http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2016/apr/04/chronic-fatigue-syndrome-cfs-taken-seriously


Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Dan Peterson had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Mary Guinan had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Paul Cheney had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Larry Kramer had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Mathilde Krim had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Randy Shilts had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Luc Montagnier had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Henri Agut had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Elaine DeFreitas had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Richard Dubois had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Judy Mikovits had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Anthony Fauci had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Robert Gallo had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Dharam Ablashi had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Nncy Klimas had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Lawrence Altman had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Stephen Straus had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Michael Asher had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Peter Behan had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if David Bell had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Karen Bell had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if John Bennett had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Royce Biddle had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Robert Biggar had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if William Blattner had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if General Ronald Blanck had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Philip Boffey had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Carmine Bozzi had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Cecil Bradley had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Jane Brody had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Claire Broome had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Jesse Brown had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Nathaniel Brown had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Warren Browner had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Dedra Buchwald had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Michael Caligiuri had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Charles Carpenter had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if William Carter had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Henry Cassell III had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Cher had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Gerald Cochran had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Philip Cole had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Dave Connell had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Diane Cookfair had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Larry Corey had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if James Curran had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Robert Daugherty had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Jim Dobbins had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Walter Dowdle had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Gidget Faubion had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Tom Folks had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Keiji Fukuda had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Nelson Gantz had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Deborah Gold had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Jay Goldstein had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Michael Gottlieb had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Jon Gow had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Sidney Grossberg  had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Seymour Grufferman had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Sheila Bastien had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Walter Gunn had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Sudhir Gupta had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Mary Hager had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Marshall Handleman had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Berch Henry had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Ronald Herberman had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Walid Heneine had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if C. V. Herst had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if James Hill had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if  Brendan Hilliard had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Gary Holmes had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Byron Hyde had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Marc Iverson had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Carol Jessop had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if James Jones had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Jon Kaplan had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Kimberly Kenney had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Nancy Klimas had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Anthony Komaroff had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Hillary Koprowsky had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Phillip Lee had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Paul Levine had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Susan Levine had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Jay Levy had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Carlos Lopez had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Mark Loveless had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Brian Mahy had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.







TO BE CONTINUED . . .

The bottom line:


Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Dan Peterson had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Mary Guinan had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Paul Cheney had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Larry Kramer had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Mathilde Krim had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Randy Shilts had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Luc Montagnier had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Henri Agut had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Elaine DeFreitas had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Richard Dubois had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Judy Mikovits had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Anthony Fauci had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Robert Gallo had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Dharam Ablashi had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Nncy Klimas had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Lawrence Altman had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Stephen Straus had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Michael Asher had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Peter Behan had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if David Bell had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Karen Bell had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if John Bennett had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Royce Biddle had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Robert Biggar had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if William Blattner had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if General Ronald Blanck had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Philip Boffey had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Carmine Bozzi had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Cecil Bradley had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Jane Brody had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Claire Broome had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Jesse Brown had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Nathaniel Brown had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Warren Browner had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Dedra Buchwald had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Michael Caligiuri had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Charles Carpenter had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if William Carter had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Henry Cassell III had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Cher had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Gerald Cochran had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Philip Cole had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Dave Connell had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Diane Cookfair had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Larry Corey had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if James Curran had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Robert Daugherty had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Jim Dobbins had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Walter Dowdle had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Gidget Faubion had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Tom Folks had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Keiji Fukuda had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Nelson Gantz had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Deborah Gold had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Jay Goldstein had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Michael Gottlieb had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Jon Gow had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Sidney Grossberg  had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Seymour Grufferman had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Sheila Bastien had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Walter Gunn had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Sudhir Gupta had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Mary Hager had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Marshall Handleman had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Berch Henry had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Ronald Herberman had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Walid Heneine had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if C. V. Herst had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if James Hill had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if  Brendan Hilliard had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Gary Holmes had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Byron Hyde had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Marc Iverson had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Carol Jessop had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if James Jones had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Jon Kaplan had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Kimberly Kenney had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Nancy Klimas had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Anthony Komaroff had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Hillary Koprowsky had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Phillip Lee had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Paul Levine had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Susan Levine had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Jay Levy had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Carlos Lopez had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Mark Loveless had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome would not be a mystery if Brian Mahy had successfully demanded that it be researched as part of the AIDS epidemic.







TO BE CONTINUED . . .

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