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Artikler og videoer om ME av Dr. Doonica Moore

WPI annonserte tidligere i kveld at Dr. Doonica Moore vil bli deres nye talsperson. Hun er en profilert lege i Amerika og vil være med å skape oppmerksomhet, og spre kunnskap om ME (kalles CFS i Amerika) og annen nevroimmunsykdom. Nedenfor følger en liste over artikler og videoer av Dr. Doonica Moore:

Educating Children & Teens with CFS: The Show Must Go On

The Diagnosis of CFS – Do I—or Does My Child–Have CFS?

Treatment of CFS

The Enigmatic Symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

What is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Brian’s Story & Making the Diagnosis – Could My Child have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?

XMRV Sheds New Light on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Do I—or Does My Child–Have CFS?

To view Dr. Donnica’s appearance on “The Dr. Oz Show” discussing CFS, click here.

To view Dr. Donnica’s appearance on “Good Morning America Health” discussing CFS, click here.

To view Dr. Donnica’s appearance on “Good Morning America Health” discussing XMRV, click here.

To view Dr. Donnica’s appearance on “The Doctors Channel” discussing CFS, click here.

Dr. Doonica Moore er ny talsperson for WPI!

Hentet fra WPIs pressemelding 8 februar 2010:

«The Whittemore Peterson Institute for Neuro-Immune Disease (WPI) has recently announced Dr. Donnica Moore, a distinguished women’s health expert, as its new celebrity spokes person and advocate. Dr. Moore will join WPI in its efforts to help raise awareness and funding for its research of XMRV and associated neuro-immune diseases, including Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.»

Les hele pressemeldingen her

Intervju med Dr. Doonica Moore på Dr. Oz show:

Kanskje Dr. Oz ikke prøver seg som trollmann alikevel??

Et veldig bra innlegg om ME på Dr. Oz sine nettsider! Her har helt tydelig Dr. Doonica More hatt en finger med i spillet 🙂

«While there are many middle-aged women who feel that they’re “tired all the time,” we have to distinguish between Chronic Fatigue SYNDROME and “chronic fatigue.” This confusion is because CFS was a poor name choice, akin to calling Parkinson’s disease “chronic shaking” or calling tuberculosis “chronic cough.” Other more appropriate names for CFS include the British choice myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) and XAND (X Associated Neuroimmune Disease.)»

«CFS is NOT “all in your head.” We have known for years that it clearly has a biological basis and the new findings associating it with the retrovirus XMRV (xenotropic murine leukemia-virus related virus) is just one more piece of evidence confirming that. While we do not yet know whether XMRV is a causative factor for CFS, a “piggy-back” virus, or a virus that PWC react differently to than others, we do know that CFS is NOT “psychosomatic” or a over-reaction to stress. We also know that CFS is NOT a manifestation of depression.»

Les hele artikkelen her

Husk at du kan bruke Google til å oversette teksten til norsk. Da kopierer du URL http://www.doctoroz.com/videos/what-chronic-fatigue-syndrome-and-how-xmrv-related?page=2#copy inn her.