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 Posted: Thu May 27th, 2010 17:47

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At the recent 7th Intl Congress on Autoimmunity in Ljubljana, the Foundation mounted speeches from me, Dr Greg Blaney, and Amy Proal, along with poster presentations from Chris Benediktsson / Janet Raty (Chris was unfortunately unable to attend), as well as Paul Albert.

My presentation is now online at YouTube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2yEwnZy8B8

I managed to mess up switching the main video recorder to "record," but luckily Paul was also filming the podium, so we had footage from two out of three cameras, escaping disaster by the skin of our teeth. Thanks to Paul :) :)

I haven't given a vitamin-D-focused presentation before, so I hope you enjoy this encapsulation of the current science, along with the very helpful and informative questions from the Serbian Vitamin D researcher :)

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For those of you in China (etc), who can't get YouTube, my video is now on Vimeo at

http://www.vimeo.com/12099056


Further, if your internet connection is too slow to stream video, you can download the video from Vimeo and play it locally on your own computer (with, eg, VLC).
 
 

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 Posted: Thu May 27th, 2010 18:36

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Dr Marshall,

FYI at least for me the video stops at 1:33 min and I can't get it to go any farther.  Does anyone else the same problem?


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Using firefox I was able to get it to work.  I had been using Exp 8.  Not sure what is going on.

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 Posted: Thu May 27th, 2010 19:09

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Hmmm.
I dug my Internet Explorer 6 out of the archives, and got the following message when I accessed YouTube:
"Hey this is not a commercial Interruption. You are using an outdated browser, which YouTube no longer supports." Then they suggest Safari, Internet Explorer 8, Firefox, Chrome and Opera.

The video does play correctly at 480 on my Internet Explorer 6, however, this is clearly just an advisory warning.

While I totally disapprove of ham-fisted policies like this, I do agree with Google that nobody should be browsing unfamiliar web sites with IE6 or IE7 any more. Indeed, I only use IE8 when I need to get some silly (usually Government) site running properly.

I browse the internet with Firefox, have done so for years, and so I hadn't noticed any problems with YouTube. Sorry about that.

I am uploading the video to Vimeo now, but I really do agree it is time for us all to start using Firefox Safari, Opera or Chrome, which use (by design) more secure default settings than Internet Explorer.
 
eg: http://getfirefox.com
 
LOL - surfing around, I came across this quote from Microsoft itself: "using IE6 is like drinking milk nine years past its sell-by date":

http://www.pcpro.co.uk/news/358276/microsoft-man-my-job-is-to-destroy-ie6
 
 

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 Posted: Thu May 27th, 2010 19:43

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I have now also uploaded the video to Vimeo:

http://www.vimeo.com/12099056

..Trevor..
 

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 Posted: Thu May 27th, 2010 21:37

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The transcript has been started and is posted to the MP knowledge base (incomplete) here:
  
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The Vimeo video loads but will not play. I'm using Firefox 3.6.3.



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 Posted: Fri May 28th, 2010 06:47

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Will Dr Blaney's and Amy Proal's recent presentations also be posted or transcribed?

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Yes, Paul and I are working on both presentations. They will be up as soon as they are completed.
 

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 Posted: Fri May 28th, 2010 08:03

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Dear Trevor,

I just watched the presentation and it is excellent and comprehensive. With every telling the many pieces of the puzzle come more into focus.

The differences between the vitamin model of sufficiency/insufficiency and the model of homeostatic regulation of hormones is a key part for bringing DRs along - as you indicate.

Are there one or two key references that document that the body produces D without sunlight and if so, could you point me to them?

Thanks,
Carmen

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Trevor,

Can you tell us who the Serbian researcher is?  Is she actually telling you, of all people, that measuring 25D is is a mistake ???  :):):)

People are starting to understand !

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Trevor, was there more interest from the attendees than simply from the person who asked the question at the end of the presentation?



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There was somebody who asked me about how I reconciled my concepts with Veith's silly MS study. Since I had followed that study closely -- expecting to face Veith at the (now delayed) Scottish summit, I was pretty short with him. I left that off the tape because it really didn't add anything to the presentation. The Serbian researcher, who had actual first-hand experience treating arthritis for 15 years, and experience with Vit-D analogs, had some very interesting things to say.

I did chat quite a bit with other attendees. My conclusion was that the clinical researchers were basically waiting for somebody to run a study which would disprove our 'theories,' while the biologists were perfectly comfortable with what we were saying.

Clinical research has sadly been seduced away from the true scientific-method by the evolution of plethora of studies loosely called "Evidence Based Medicine"

Yehuda Shoenfeld did not repeat the advice he had given in Singapore, which led to the 'exchange' between us there, and has warmed significantly to what we have found :) I suspect that what we are saying ties into what he has been finding during his 30+ year career.

For example: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/01/080103124645.htm



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In answer to the question regarding our own body's ability to produce vitamin D, here is the summary at the NIH directory of one of the studies referenced in Dr. Marshall's talk (italics added):

Nat Clin Pract Endocrinol Metab. 2008 Feb;4(2):80-90.

Unexpected actions of vitamin D: new perspectives on the regulation of innate and adaptive immunity.
Adams JS, Hewison M.

Department of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, 8700 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90048, USA. mhewison@mednet.ucla.edu
AbstractKnowledge about the ability of vitamin D to function outside its established role in skeletal homeostasis is not a new phenomenon. Nonclassical immunomodulatory and antiproliferative responses triggered by active 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D were first reported more than a quarter of a century ago. It is only in recent years, however, that there has been a significant improvement in our understanding of how these nonclassical effects of vitamin D can influence the pathophysiology and possible prevention of human disease. Three particular strands of evidence have been prominent: firstly, population studies have revised our interpretation of normal vitamin D status in humans, suggesting, in turn, that vitamin D insufficiency is a clinical problem of global proportions; secondly, epidemiology has linked vitamin D status with disease susceptibility and/or mortality; and, thirdly, expression of the machinery required to synthesize 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D in normal human tissue seems to be much more widespread than originally thought. Collectively, these observations suggest that nonclassical metabolism and response to vitamin D might have a significant role in human physiology beyond skeletal and calcium homeostasis. Specific examples of this will be detailed in the current Review, with particular emphasis on the immunomodulatory properties of vitamin D.

PMID: 18212810 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] PMCID: PMC2678245



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Very interesting, Trevor. You're lucky to have an open-minded physician such as Dr Schoenfeld willing to give you time and space to demonstrate your theories and discoveries whereas I'm sure many others wouldn't give you the light of day - and this from someone who has disagreed with you. Very good.

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garyv,

If you install Real Player, you can download and save either version of the video from your Firefox. It will then play just great from Real Player.

Great presentation Dr. Marshall!

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Hello Trevor,

in your lecture you have mentioned the coming book 'Metagenomics in Human Biology'.

Where can I pre-order it?

Thank you,

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As soon as that info becomes available, titta, we will post it in a new thread here. All we know at the moment is that it is due to be published in June. But we suspect it will miss that deadline :)

There will be a fulltext available online for discussion after the book comes out :)
 

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That was an excellent talk, thank you.



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How pleasure to see you joyful and happy.
Perhaps sometimes will be broken refused attitude of physicians to scientific research.
When I am speaking about this problem with my daughter (she is microbiologist ), she has similiar impression - experience as you.

Excellent lecture, which you had in Ljubliana.
Thanks :):cool::)

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