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6th Intl Congress on Autoimmunity, Porto, Sept 2008
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Hello to everyone from the crew at Porto. The opening ceremonies last evening were very impressive and we are geared up to present our poster and presentations today. The conference is well organized and attended by 1500 so we should have many opportunities to engage scientists and clinicians.

More later.......:D

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Can't wait to see and hear all  that went on at the confrenece! We are all here rooting and cheering you all. Knock their socks of with the poster presentations!!! I am praying you get to network and collaborate with like minded individuals which will allow the Mp science to be embraced by mainstream medicine.

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 Posted: Thu Sep 11th, 2008 05:23

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Great!! Dittos, Jeannine. How exciting it must be....have fun!



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Our oral presentations went very well yesterday and there was a lot of interest in my poster. The sessions by other speakers continue today and we hope to have many opportunities for networking during the breaks.

Hope all is well with everyone......:)

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 Posted: Fri Sep 12th, 2008 15:12

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Meg,

Thanks for more good news from Porto. Continued good luck to all and tons of gratitude to each of you!!!! Know you are missed in your old post, but grateful for your continued push for MP.

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Hello to everyone!

This is Belinda.. posting under Meg's name, to get a quick note off.

It's a beautiful, sunny Saturday afternoon in Portugal and the conference sessions are ongoing. This conference is quite well attended. It's the largest I've ever attended. All the taxi drivers in town know about the conference, which makes it easier to find our way to the meeting hall.

Last night several of us walked a ways to the funicular, which is a sort of cable car transport that takes you up or down the hill. We rode the funicular down the hill to the side of the Duro River. We saw open boats loaded with huge wooden kegs going down the river. That must have been Port Wine!

After strolling along the river, we found the restaurant that our hotel had recommended, the Chez Lapin.  

We were quite surprised that no one at the restaurant was interested in seating us. The workers were busy tidying up. We finally asked if we could eat there, and were told that the restaurant didn't open until 7:30 pm. It was 7:00, which would be peak dinnertime in the USA.:) When we returned to the place at 7:35, it was already getting full. One of the house specials was rabbit, so several of us tried the stewed rabbit. Pork is another favorite in Port, we've found, but all the food has been tasty.

We rode the funicular up the hill and walked back to our hotel. Everybody walks here. There is a plaza across the street from our hotel, and it seems to be full of people hurrying to one place or another during daylight hours.

You will get to see our presentations from Thursday as soon as possible. The whole crew did very well.

Gotta get back to the sessions..

Belinda

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Thank you for the update, Belinda. Sounds like a beautiful place. I think we are all waiting with great anticipation to hear how things have gone.

Go team!!



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Bonjour de France,bravo d'avoir été à ce grand congrès, j'espère que votre participation au congrès à été apprécié.
Pourra t-on avoir des traductions de documents d'abstracts pour l'association de France, ceci nous intéressent de pouvoir expliquer aux malades les diverses recherches effectuées pour nos maladies.
Encore merci.
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Hello

Will there be posted any news/reports/videos from the team's presentations at the congress in Porto?

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 Posted: Mon Sep 22nd, 2008 18:01

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Here are 2 conference videos...

http://vimeo.com/1787405
http://vimeo.com/1788640

Very keen on seeing the other presentations and curious as to how well material was received.



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 Posted: Mon Sep 22nd, 2008 19:50

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Welcome Back Dr. Marshall, Meg, Amy.
I hope you gained some ground at the autoimmune conference.
Is the audio ok on the videos? I have a Mac computer and i don't know if it's a computer problem, or if the echo in the room is causing the audio to cut in and out? I've been anxious to watch the new videos from Porto. If it seems ok on other peoples computer. You can PM me or post here. I hope its just my computer. Thanks --Terry



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It has been a lot of work putting these videos together, as the venue was not ideal, and so I am running a little late. I should finish Cpt. Tom Perez and Dr Greg Blaney's presentations tomorrow..
 

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Terry,
Your Mac may not be keeping up with the HD data rate. There is a Button on the right edge of the video display saying "HD On." Toggle it to "HD Off" and let me know if that helps
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Thank you so much, The HD was on, and i turned it off, and it is perfect!
I know how hard you have worked to help all of us. My best to you. --Terry

Last edited on Mon Sep 22nd, 2008 19:57 by terrylmcc



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I just uploaded Captain Tom Perez's presentation to http://vimeo.com/1789735

It may take an hour or so to be processed by Vimeo.

Thanks to Joyce, Joyful, Janet, and everybody else who helped gather and process to the data which Tom presented at Porto. And especial thanks to Joyce for taking on such an active support role in Porto.

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Cpt. Tom Perez has joined the Board of Directors of the Foundation, and is taking an active part in our planning of ongoing activities. Once I finish these videos I will be putting together an announcement letting everybody know how the Foundation will be moving forward over the next few years, capitalizing on its emerging acceptance by mainstream Medicine:)
 

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Thank you, merci pour les liens.



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Dr Trevor Marshall wrote: I just uploaded Captain Tom Perez's presentation

Trevor, is this the same cpt Perez we see at your presentation at the FDA?

Frans

PS No need to answer, just heard it in the presentation itself, cool !!  :)

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Dr Trevor Marshall wrote: Cpt. Tom Perez has joined the Board of Directors of the Foundation

That is great news!!!

Can't wait to get home and watch his presentation. :)

Thank you team for all the hard work!

Ron

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Note Amy's report on Bacteriality:
http://bacteriality.com/2008/09/22/coa/

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Sorry for my ignorance but who is Cpt. Tom Perez and what doex this mean for the future of the MP? Thanks in advance.

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