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6th Intl Congress on Autoimmunity, Porto, Sept 2008
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 Posted: Tue Sep 23rd, 2008 10:47

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Have you watched the video of Tom's presentation? I introduce Tom at the start of the video.
 
Tom has been one of our members for some time. He recently retired from the FDA, and accepted the Autoimmunity Research Foundation Board's invitation to join it as a Director.

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 Posted: Tue Sep 23rd, 2008 10:54

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No I am sorry I have not watched them yet.

I plan to do so tonight. Thanks for your reply and congratulations on all your success at Porto!



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 Posted: Tue Sep 23rd, 2008 11:14

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Hi

Sorry for the "bagatelle" questions, but I am curious (and encouraged) by a new member of the board :).

Is "Captain" refering to a military degree/position? and;

MPH = Master of Public Health ?

Thank you

BR

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 Posted: Tue Sep 23rd, 2008 11:59

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Martin,
I have already given you that answer in my introduction to Tom's presentation video. Is it too much to ask you to just watch the video? We have all spent a lot of time getting the Porto conference together, and then making the videos available for everybody to study...
 
(MPH=Master of Public Health)
 

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I have seen both videos twice and I cannot find any mentionings about military background, in my country "Captain" is usually (almost only I would say) used in the military or at seas.. thats why I was courios.

I appriciate the work you all have done with sharing the presentations with us as much as anyone.


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 Posted: Tue Sep 23rd, 2008 12:21

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I introduce Tom by saying:
"Tom Perez is a Captain in the Commissioned Corps of the US Public Health Services. He recently retired from active duty after 25 years at the US FDA, the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, the last decade of which was spent in the management of CDER Drug Advisory Committees."

http://www.usphs.gov/
 
 
I think we need some volunteers to create text transcripts of these presentations. Is there anybody with some time to spare who can help us with this effort?
 

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Captain Thomas Perez is a retired member of the commissioned corp of the United States Department of Public Health. We are delighted he considers a seat on the board of Autoimmunity Research, Inc. worthy of his time and expertise.

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Aha.. this clears things up. It is a corps, hence "Captain". Thank you!

I can do the first 5 minutes and email you, I will stop at 5:00. Anyone up fpr the challenge to take the next 5? or to the end? Its about 11 minutes?

BR

Martin


I have completed the first 5 minutes, maybee it took me half an hour.. I will complete the rest since noone responeded. First I need a break.,

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 Posted: Tue Sep 23rd, 2008 13:49

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I have a transcript of Amy's. Don't worry about that.

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 Posted: Tue Sep 23rd, 2008 14:17

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Started transcribing Dr. Marshall's presentation.

Let's see how far I can get. :cool:

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OK, it's past midnight here. The transcript is done up to 11:18 or about one third of the presentation. I have emailed the result to Dr. Marshall.

If anyone is willing to do the rest while I am sleeping please go ahead. :D

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Great work Ron, I'm at about 7mins, will finish tomorow. (its kind of slow-work..)

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I got Ron's first 11:18  minutes, finishing at:
"But it does allow it to happen because these microbiota have figured out how to overcome innate immunity. They have overcome the last line of defense"
When we have a complete copy I will proof-read it:)
 

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Congratulations on the presentations! Surely, the scientists who were present there cannot ignore it.

I wanted to ask if it would be possible to make available Tom's slide which contained the list of diagnoses and the success rate on the MP? I found it very difficult, if not impossible, to read it as the text was rather small on the video.

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Rico,
The chart with only the Autoimmunity diagnoses on it is at URL:
http://MarshallProtocol.com/MP_results_chart_auto_only.jpg

while the chart including CFS and Fibro is at URL:
http://MarshallProtocol.com/MP_results_chart.jpg

It was interesting that CFS was being posited as a potential Autoimmune Disease by at least one speaker during the conference. We had removed that data as not being germane to the conference theme. That was before we arrived in Porto:)
 

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I have Captain Perez's presentation transcript and will provide a PDF with slides shortly.

If someone has finished Dr Marshalls text transcript, I can drop in the slide presentation for a fuller transcript.--Janet



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:) Excellent job by all! :)
Any honest researcher can not ignore what was so clearly presented and illustrated by the members of the protocol cohort.
For those of you who want more details, here are the survey results Capt Perez used in his presentation:
AI only results:
(not including FM or CFS, which had even better response rates)

Total surveys = 100

Results grouped by... <18 mos on MP , 18+ mos on MP...
  0-17  months  30/61 or  49% improved all the time
   18+  months  44/54 or  81% improved all the time

Improved all the time determined as symptom levels at highest IP now is less than symptoms levels before starting the MP.
 
One small note:

On the MP results slide, you may notice that there are no 'indeterminate' results for the FM and CFS bar chart at the bottom.

This is because when that chart was created, the 'indeterminate' responses were added in with the 'not improved' categories. Funny I didn't catch that earlier. :?

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I just uploaded Dr Greg Blaney's presentation to http://vimeo.com/1790302

It should be processed and viewable in about an hour.

Now its time for a week or two of rest, I think :):)
 

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Jrfoutin: Do you already have the Perez transcript, I mean his actual words in writing?

If so I will not nother to complete my writings...



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I should add that the CFS data is only a subset of CFS patients on the MP-- those who also had FM or an AI disease.   So, if you have CFS and started minocycline in 2007 or before and didn't get surveyed, it is because you didn't have FM or an AI disease in your signature line as well as CFS.

Also, we had approximatley a 75% survey return rate for AI diseases.  For people who's only diagnosis of those we were looking for was FM, the survey return rate was 50%.  I speculate that the lower return rate may be due to FM patients perceiving there to be more alternative approaches due to so many approaches being marketed at them, while the AI patients see primarily the less appealing immunosuppressive approaches as their alternatives and thus are more likely to stick with the MP.

I would add that I don't think one can equate not returning a survey to not doing well on the MP or quitting.  I know of some cases who are doing well but did not fill out a survey.  And I also know how hard it was to get in touch with some people.  Some did not respond until the fourth or fifth attempt to contact them.  Also, some change their email addresses so they may not even have received the survey.


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