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The two Ljubljana Poster presentations are now online
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Prof Trevor Marshall
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 Posted: Tue Jun 8th, 2010 15:39

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The two poster presentations from Ljubljana are now online.

Paul Albert's "Web 2.0 offers New Opportunities for Patient Care and Research" is at:

http://autoimmunityResearch.org/abstracts/Ljubljana_Albert_Poster.pdf


Chris B and Janet presented a poster: "Bipolar Disease and Autoimmunity Share a Similar Etiology"

http://autoimmunityResearch.org/abstracts/Ljubljana_Bipolar_Poster.pdf

My sincere thanks to everybody who made the Ljubljana conference such a success.
 

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 Posted: Tue Jun 8th, 2010 16:38

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I have a question, or two, about the MP study site being phased out.

Will members still have a way to access their information contained at this site at all so that we will be able to have a record of our posts about our progress on the MP?

Will there still be a forum for health professionals located some where on the web that covers new topics related to MP research findings, published papers, conference discussions (YouTube videos) and other informative health related information that would be helpful to those people currently on the MP?

The new MP Knowledge Base site is great, but I was wondering if it might include an area that lists new information links for people to quickly search the most recent information available in an easily accessible format.

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 Posted: Tue Jun 8th, 2010 16:54

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Sunset,
There are no plans to phase out this MP study site. Indeed, we are working on plans to ramp it up, opening it up to new memberships from time to time.

However, we need to understand that the hundreds of thousands of needy patients out there can't all be helped by the infrastructure we currently have. We are exploring ways we would grow 100 times in size from where we are now.
 
The SarcInfo site at http://sarcinfo.com/phorum/list.php?f=1 was active from 2002-2004, yet we still keep everything online as an archive, for future researchers to sift through. There is no way that I will allow anything we have already done to disappear...
 
We are still enrolling professionals at the rate of one every few days. Current membership in the professionals forum is 629, but sadly very few of them have remained active more than a few weeks beyond their joining us. One day they will all come flooding back, and we won't know what hit us. We are all planning to make sure we can keep helping people as more and more realize that all of us here have participated in a stunning scientific, and medical, advance...
 

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 Posted: Tue Jun 8th, 2010 17:22

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Thanks Dr. Marshall. I misinterpreted the part in Paul's poster that distinguishes between phasing out the Educational/ Information site with that of the study site!

I'm glad to hear that the study site will remain up on the web. And, I too, believe that you are right about the future. Old and outdated models of medicine will eventually yield to newer models and the floodgate will be open wide for better treatments for chronic disease!


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 Posted: Wed Jun 9th, 2010 18:22

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These are fabulous! Congratulations Paul, Janet et al!



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 Posted: Thu Jun 10th, 2010 19:19

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Hats off to all of you who worked on these posters!!  :D  And the video presentations, as always, were excellent as well!  Thanks to all of you for so graciously sharing this information with all of us!



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