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 Posted: Tue Nov 16th, 2010 15:09

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Amy was invited to write the chapter on "Autoimmune Disease in the Era of the Metagenome" for JCVI's new textbook - Metagenomics of the Human Body.

The book chapters have just been put online for purchase. So we can now put a copy of our preprint up so you can all read it, and print a copy for Doc :)

You will find the preprint at:

http://Autoimmunityresearch.org/preprints/Proal_MHB_Chapter_preprint.pdf

Info on JCVI is at http://www.JCVI.org

This is obviously a big step forward for all of us. Being invited to write a chapter in a prestigious textbook from a prestigious organization says a lot about the acceptability of our science, and the forty-plus printed pages show that the science is no longer just an outline - we have gotten it pretty well detailed-out at this point.
 
Enjoy!
 
UPDATE: The book can be browsed and searched at Amazon.com

http://www.amazon.com/Metagenomics-Human-Body-Karen-Nelson/dp/1441970886#reader_1441970886

Last edited on Fri Dec 3rd, 2010 10:31 by Prof Trevor Marshall

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 Posted: Tue Nov 16th, 2010 17:31

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CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!  :D:D:D:D



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WTG! :D:D:cool:

Thanks again for all of your hard work in preparing and producing this latest achievement. After looking forward to the release for so long, it's finally here. :)

Kudos to Amy, Paul, and Trevor for continuing to move this exciting research forward and share it with the world.
Cheers,
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CONGRATULATIONS DR MARSHALL !!
"big red green and yellow balloons"
" tons of colorful confetti"
followed by "loud trumpets of victory like music"
500+ Exclamation marks !!!
Followed by more CONGRATULATIONS to AMY & PAUL !!!!
PS. Sorry you two are under all the confetti. But I was excited and wanted to go all out. Thanks to all who who worked so hard on this awesome breakthrough.
As always, Best-- Terry



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CONGRATULATIONS, Amy, Paul, and Trevor!  I join the others in celebrating the team's efforts of yet another very important milestone!  THANK YOU for all that you have done and continue to do! With appreciation . . . Carole  :)



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This is a milestone for the Autoimmunity Research Foundation ARF and everyone on the Marshall Protocol.

I read the whole paper this evening; that feat was impossible before starting the MP.

Congraulations to everyone on a job well done.

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Congratulations to Dr Marshall, Amy, Paul and all who assisted in writing this important chapter!  I skimmed it as it was late tonight when I noticed this was posted.  I look forward to a thorough reading tomorrow though! 

This is indeed an important milestone for the MP!  Let us all hope this speeds the adoption of the MP into mainstream medical practice. 

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This article helps me a lot in understanding my own chronic disease process.  Also, it gives me more hope to carry on despite all the difficulties.  Thank-you! Thank-you! I will pass it on to others.  Jackie



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Congratulations!:D

I'm so excited about this milestone. Thank you for all your hard work in getting MP one step closer to mainstream medicine. I already pre-ordered the book; can't wait to get it!

Cathy:)



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Congratulations Amy, Paul And Dr Marshall

I can't wait to take a copy to My Doctor and My Girlfriends Pulmonologist at National Jewish Hospital. We have discuss the Marshall Protocol More than once she is always nice, But I don't think she understands how much science there really is and Thanks To Amy, Paul And Trevor now I can show her if she will read it. Cogratulation Again on such a Major Acomplishment and For all You have done to Make this day Possible and Giving Me Hope That There is life after Sarcoid  Thank You All More Than You Will Ever Know, Bob



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Congratulations and thanks to you all on your superb achievement!

Well done - what a tour de force!

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Unbelievably impressive! I really hope those who read it will be inspired to work that much harder to advance our understanding of the human microbiome and how it relates to human disease. Thank all three of you on behalf of the future generations who will benefit from your hard work and persistence in shining light where no one has been looking for so long.



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I keep thinking back to the original picture of Amy on this website...she was just a kid!!! It's wonderful to see her progress. Congratulations to all of you.



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Congratulations Amy, Paul and Trevor! As they say on teh internets: EPIC WIN!!! :)



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Well done! Great chapter. IngeD:cool:



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CONGRATULATIONS, and thank you for all your hard work what an important milestone this is, I am sure that this article will help so many more people to understand the process of chronic disease.  Again thank you Trevor,  Amy and Paul for working so hard on all our behalf.
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CONGRATULATIONS!!!!

This really is an exciting time for the MP!!

Thank you Dr. Marshall, Amy and Paul for all you have done to bring about this historical moment........and I am so grateful to be a part of it!!!


Dian

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I just noticed that the JCVI book is online for browsing at Amazon. I went to this URL:

http://www.amazon.com/Metagenomics-Human-Body-Karen-Nelson/dp/1441970886#reader_1441970886

and was able to read the introductory chapters.

You can also search the book for keywords :)

..trevor..

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Thanks! What a great chapter. I was able to get to page 8 when I needed a break (this is a great improvement for me). I plan to read the rest. In the meantime, thanks so much for all the work you do!!!



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 Posted: Sat Dec 4th, 2010 14:43

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I just got an email for Amazon to say that my copy has shipped - will be here Tuesday :)

A little splurge for the Holidays :)
 
 


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