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Singapore presentation: "Autoimmune Disease in 10 minutes"
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Prof Trevor Marshall
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 Posted: Sat Sep 19th, 2009 21:08

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Google has given us a non-profit HD YouTube channel, without the 10 minute HD video limitation, and I have been setting things up over the last few days:

http://www.youtube.com/user/DrTrevorMarshall

My presentation at the 4th Asian Congress on Autoimmunity is now online there. This is the first time I have attempted to explain everything in only 10 minutes, yet you will see new elements - like the bug-to-disease mathematics and Borrelia/EBV.

What do you think, should we aim for 5 minutes next time? :)

..Trevor..

ps: Thanks to Natalie for offering to help clean it up and make it look more snappy :)
 
 

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 Posted: Sat Sep 19th, 2009 22:24

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Very succinct and to the point Dr Marshall.. it is like the Reader's Digest version of the MP... in ONLY 10 minutes!  The video was very good quality.  I guess it IS possible to hit the highlights of the MP in such short a time ... only when presented by it's inventor!  :D

It is truly amazing that Borrelia can down regulate the VDR that much! 

One question though, will the MP attack the EBV infection as well as the bacterial infections? 

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 Posted: Sat Sep 19th, 2009 23:47

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Wow. My mind has been blown:cool: So much information in such a short presentation. Congratulations!

and I love the youtube channel. Great Idea, this will make the info even more accessible by the masses.

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 Posted: Sat Sep 19th, 2009 23:50

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Chris,
The viral infections are dealt with by the immune system during the final stages of recovery. Virus-driven things like warts, skin spots, etc, tend to disappear at that point :)

We have no specific data on changing EBV (etc) titres, as nobody has bothered to pay for detailed testing once they are that stage of recovery :)
 

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Trevor,

How did people there receive your presentation ?  A short as it is, it should still be rather mindboggling stuff for those who understand the implications.

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It was well received. I doubt many people understood that we had a cure. However, we will gradually seep into their mindset. You can see that Yehuda is aware of what we have published, and it will nag him from time to time. Maybe he will go and look at them again :)

We are also planning to make a big splash at Ljubljana next year. Now I understand a little better the state of everybody else's knowledge, we will be focusing on trying to get that word ('cure') into their minds...
 

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Very succinct and clear.   I hate to show my ignorance so boldly, but exactly where in the body is the Vitamin D receptor located? 



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exactly where in the body is the Vitamin D receptor located?

Everywhere.

It is inside the cells of the immune system, which traffic through every tissue in the body.
..Trevor..
 

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That is why the lymph node system is so often involved, and perhaps way the immune system seems to slowly shut down over time, as more and more VDRs shut down?  The cells of the immune system include the WBCs and lymphatic fluids?  There are millions or billions of VDRS?

 



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 Posted: Sun Sep 20th, 2009 16:31

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Besides the immune cells, brain, prostate, breast, and colon tissues as well as quite a few other tissues also have VDRs.

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So are VDRs in most of our cells? 



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Certainly in all nucleated cells.
That doesn't mean they are activated the same way in all cells, it depends on a lot of factors.
However, VDR are key to the function of the phagocytic cells.
 

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Dr Marshall, this video is very well done! I think it will generate a lot of interest in the research community about new approaches to understanding autoimmune diseases. Once medical researchers realize the importance of the VDR it is only matter of time before they see the benefit in using the protocol you developed to treat these conditions!

On a similar note, today I received an e-mail notice posted on CO-CURE@listserv.nodak.edu that states:

The National Institutes of Health and its Office of Research in Women’sHealth are currently holding a series of conferences at which health careproviders and members of the public can offer testimony about what theythink are the key issues that biomedical scientists should be exploring. Theideas and recommendations emerging from these conferences will help informfuture women's health research priorities at the NIH. The ideas and recommendations emerging from this conference and other regional conferences will help inform future women’s health researchpriorities
at the NIH.

Wednesday, October 14

The Public Hearing will take place at the Feinberg School of Medicine
Robert H. Lurie Medical Research Center
Room 1-129
303 E. Superior
Chicago, IL 60611

Testimony begins at 2 p.m.

Those wishing to present oral testimony are asked to submit a written form
of their testimony that is limited to a maximum of 10 pages, double spaced,
12 point font, and should include a brief description of the organization.
Please submit your testimony on this web page.

Because of time constraints for oral testimony, testifiers may not be able
to present the complete information as it is contained in their written form
submitted for inclusion in the public record for the meeting. Therefore,
testifiers are requested to summarize the major points of emphasis from the
written testimony not to exceed 7 minutes of oral testimony.

Those wishing to present written testimony are asked to submit a written
form of their testimony that is limited to a maximum of 10 pages, double
spaced, 12 point font, and should include a brief description of the
organization. Your testimony will be included in a catalog prepared for
distribution at the meeting. Please submit your testimony at
http://www.orwhmeetings.com/movingintothefuture/northwestern/testimony.aspx

Please submit your testimony on this web page by midnight October 4, 2009
(e.s.t.)

Please contact orwhmeetings@esi-dc.com if you have any questions.


So if anyone at the Autoimmunity Research Foundation is interested in presenting the new discoveries in autoimmune disease as it applies to women, here is a perfect opportunity.

Best regards,
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