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Thursday, July 07, 2016

The New York Times does something not absolutely horrible on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2016/07/07/gut-bacteria-are-different-in-people-with-chronic-fatigue-syndrome/?_r=1


Several big questions for Dr. Maureen Hanson

Now that Dr. Maureen Hanson has stirred the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome pot and identified an "altered composition of the gut microbiome" in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome patients, it is time for a new direction in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome epidemiology research based on her work. Research to answer four obvious questions would be a good starting point:

1) What percentage of the family members of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome patients have the same "altered composition of the gut microbiome"?

2) What percentage of the sexual partners of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome patients have the same "altered composition of the gut microbiome"?

3) What percentage of the close friends and colleagues of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome patients have the same "altered composition of the gut microbiome"?

4) What percentage of the pets of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome patients have the same (or similar) "altered composition of the gut microbiome"?

And, of course, there is a fifth very inconvenient question. What percentage of AIDS patients  have the same "altered composition of the gut microbiome"?

These are the kinds of questions that the sociopathic scientists in charge of AIDS and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome generally avoid at all cost. It could be career suicide for any scientist to ask them or even write a grant proposal to research them. Hopefully Dr. Hanson will have the "altered guts" to ask  them. 

Did Jennifer Brea tell the truth about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?

 Did Jennifer Brea tell her audience that Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is HIV-Negative AIDS and transmissible, and that anyone can get it?

http://www.meaction.net/2016/07/04/jen-brea-gives-rallying-ted-talk/

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