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 Posted: Tue Oct 30th, 2007 14:50

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Hi, Amy,

Once again, your new article is very impressive!!!!  :)

Thanks a bunch for writing them.

I tried the link to Joyce's new article and it will not work.  I tried it multiple times.

Wishing all wellness!!!

Dark Vader...aka, George



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 Posted: Tue Oct 30th, 2007 15:09

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Thanks George...

Right,

I just told Joyce about the link myself, and she said:

"Unforunately, AOL goes through spells, where for a few seconds or minutes or longer, a link won't work to one of my articles on my web site. It hasn't happened in quite a while, but seems to be happening with my new article right now (the last two days it has been fine). Usually, you can still get to them by google, though in this case it is so new, it doesn't seem to be turning up on a search.

I suggest trying again in a few seconds if it doesn't work and if it still doesn't work try an hour or two later. Unfortunately, they no longer give any support for their free web site service that I have used for the last 10 years"

Maybe Paul can help her fix that situation later tonight.......



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 Posted: Tue Oct 30th, 2007 16:31

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I have asked someone to put a pdf of it online as a backup and I'll provide the link when I get it.  I think the original link will probably work later (it worked fine during the two days before). 

But I think the pdf backup will be good to have in case it happens again.

Here is the new pdf link:  http://winmlm.neostrada.pl/mp/jw/BrainLesions.pdf

Joyce

Last edited on Tue Oct 30th, 2007 17:42 by jcwat101



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I just wanted to mention that I made about 5 minor corrections/clarifications (probably things only I would notice) in that article and that the original link now works and hopefully will continue to.

The pdf version will probably be corrected later today.

Joyce Waterhouse

 



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 Posted: Wed Oct 31st, 2007 20:14

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Congrats again Joyce..great article!

I'm writing because there are TWO new articles up on Bacteriality.

One is an interview with Dr. Grey Blaney - MP Physician:

http://bacteriality.com/2007/10/31/blaney/

And the other article is called "Bacteria vs. genes: the spread of chronic disease in families."

http://bacteriality.com/2007/10/31/family/

It's the article about familial aggregation and successive mutation that I mentioned earlier.

Thanks for readin'!

Amy



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Wow! You're amazing, Amy! I look forward to your articles almost as much as Dr Marshall's ;)  Thanks!



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On Amy's behalf, thanks, Rico. These two were actually some of my favorite articles (thus far!).

Some of you have complained about the small text size on bacteriality. That's something we hope to address shortly. In the meantime, if you want to manually change the text size of your browser window, try following these instructions:
http://www.metnet.edu/textsize.html

FYI, this change is probably easiest in the Firefox/Safari browser.

Paul

EDIT: Oops, I'm logged in as Amy.

Last edited on Thu Nov 1st, 2007 08:36 by Ames



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You can change the size of the displayed text in Windows by holding down the Control key and rolling the roller on your mouse.
 

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Ames,

I just read the interview with dr Blaney and it is really interesting. It would however be interesting to add a comment at the top of the article about how many patients dr Blaney is actually treating at this point. I remember from during the LA conference that that number was about 160 or more. It will blow people away. Or at least, it did that to me when I heard it...

By the way, thanks for making my time at home (because of the flu) a little better with all this stuff to read :D  Don't know how to keep up when I start working again  ;)

Sincerely, Frans



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Frans- that a good point. I would love to know how many patients he has on the MP and I should have thought to ask that! But Dr. Blaney is super, super, busy so I have no idea if I will be able to get in touch with him and ask the question (I will try).

There is a new patient interview up with MP patient Shirley J who is known here as SAJ.

http://bacteriality.com/2007/11/04/interview7/

Best,

Amy



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Hi guys,

Remember David Bradley? He wrote an article about the MP on his blog Sciencebase about a month ago. Now his blog is up for the award "best science blog" and I think it would be great if he wins because he has a link to Bacteriality on his site and also may write about the MP in the future because we keep in touch and he's interested in the subject.

If you want to vote go here:

http://2007.weblogawards.org/polls/best-science-blog-1.php

Vote for Sciencebase.

Best,

Amy



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Amy,
I registered my vote for ScienceBase

I found it interesting that in today's blog David Bradley says he suffers from Asthma, and that he is "still on the standard dose of twice-daily Beclomethasone."

I used exactly the same Beclomethasone to control my most recent lung immunopathology. It is quite a stong steroid, very effective in the sinuses and lungs, and sold over-the-counter in the UK. I found one dose was enough to knock the immunopathology down for about 8 hours. We may have an influential Th1 sufferer here...
 

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Trevor,

Very interesting. I had not read that myself. In the coming days I'll shoot him an email on the subject!



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Amy,
Let's not contact him again. David knows about the MP, and would come here if he needs to. We don't want to be seen to be "pushy." :)

It is so frustrating that there are so many paradigm barriers that we have broken through all at once, and yet other folk have to deal with understanding them one at a time...:(
 

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I didn't know there was such a thing as a best science blog award. It's too late now, but how about keeping a bookmark here for next year and campaign for a Bacteriality nomination!



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Aw thanks arhayw, that's very nice of you!

Just announcing that two new articles are up:

"Of mice and men: Are the scientific studies you read accurate?"

http://bacteriality.com/2007/11/07/mice/

And also an interview with Carole Morgan, who is Carole the board moderator on this site.

http://bacteriality.com/2007/11/08/interview8/

Best,

Amy

Last edited on Wed Nov 7th, 2007 21:50 by Ames



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I just wanted to say that I have improved the references (adding links to the ones with free full text), and adding one reference (#22) and two or three other minor changes to my article.  Last week before the AAEM conference, I didn't have time to correct the references, which I discovered had several errors.

So, anyway, if you are going to give a copy to a doctor etc..., you might want to print out a new copy of the article:

Vitamin D, the Vitamin D Receptor and Chronic Disease --
Brain Lesions, Vascular Calcification and Osteoporosis:
Two Views of Vitamin D Supplementation and Parathyroid Hormone: http://synergyhn.com/lesions/ 

I will try to have the pdf version corrected within the next 24 hours.  It will be at:  http://winmlm.neostrada.pl/mp/jw/BrainLesions.pdf

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Hi!

There is also a new interview up on Bacteriality...with Julia Greer (Julia on this site). The interview was conducted in written format. I sent Julia the questions and she responded with witty and insightful comments - I'm impressed. This is one of my favorite interviews and I didn't even write it!

http://bacteriality.com/2007/11/10/interview9/

Enjoy!

Amy



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Oh, yet another interview to annouce...one with Paul Albert. Somehow I knew his story before even asking the questions...

http://bacteriality.com/2007/11/10/interview10/

Don't forget to check out Julia's interview too (link in the post above this one)

Last edited on Sat Nov 10th, 2007 19:27 by Ames



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Loved the end to your latest interview, Amy :)

Rest is good too, of course...some of Paul's issues resonate with both me and my wife. Thanks.



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