This was an important presentation for me. It completed a decade-long span between since that University's journal published our first paper on The Marshall Protocol (as it existed at that time) and the science as it exists today.
It was great to meet Prof Vizel again, the Chief Pulmologist of Tatarstan, and an active member of WASOG:
Very interesting presentation, Dr Marshall. Thank you for sharing it.
Some questions ...
How large, approx, was your audience? Were they mostly physicians or a mix of medical researchers?
If I'm not mistaken, I think I've noticed that the last few presentations (minus the Scotland one) haven't made much, or any, mention of Vitamin D's role in chronic disease, although the involvement of the transport of food and people has been stated. This in sharp contrast to your earlier presentations. Do you now believe that Vitamin D's role is minor or have you simply found that it is too controversial and therefore more constructive to stay focussed on chronic infection, disease and its treatment?
Vitamin D is an issue that only confuses at this point. Although you will note the translator spoke of a "Vitamin D Receptor" rather than a "VDR." I have to try and focus on the main message, and there just isn't time to deal with the 'Vitamin D controversy' in a meeting such as this.