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  1. Linda Danielis
    Jun 28 - 2:38 pm

    Thanks for the post, there are two gaps, I wondered if they were meant to have videos?

    • Cort Johnson
      Jun 28 - 2:50 pm

      Yes, I see video’s; sometimes they take a moment to appear. Have they appeared yet?

  2. Esmé
    Jun 28 - 3:21 pm

    No video’s here yet..

    • Cort Johnson
      Jun 28 - 3:31 pm

      How about now…They’re showing up for me on Google Chrome and Internet Explorer..

  3. Art Kab
    Jun 28 - 10:58 pm

    “The U.S. Air Force completed a study in 1984 at a cost of $4.5 million dollars.

    They exposed rats to pulsed 2450 MHz frequencies, which is Wi-Fi, at levels well below federal guidelines, for 21.5 h daily for 25 months.

    The results show that rats exposed to microwave radiation had more B-cells and Tcells. These cells are part of the immune system and become activated when the body detects unhealthy bacteria.

    The t-cells alert the b-cells that, in turn, produce antibodies to attack the bacteria. What is unusual, is that this experiment was conducted under sterile conditions.

    That is one reason it cost so much money.”

  4. Katherine Reynolds
    Jun 29 - 1:36 am

    Thanks, Cort. This gives me so much hope. I am a newbie: got sick in 2009 and diagnosed in 2010. I am 55 and so I have no time to lose.

  5. Esmé de Groot
    Jun 29 - 5:00 am

    I can see the video’s on the computer with Safari, Chrome and IE. But not on the iPad. Settings within the channel are correct. The links you placed below the video’s do work fine on the iPad, so people can watch them.

    Sorry for the inconvenience!

  6. Enid
    Jul 03 - 10:57 am

    Nice one Cort – KDM with all his years and dedication a sage in our ME trying to understand and treat (he does so well try).

    • Cort Johnson
      Jul 03 - 11:00 am

      Thanks :) More to come from Dr. DeMeirlier including this gastrointestinal video :)

  7. Suellen Tritt
    Oct 03 - 7:19 am

    I believe I’m the only CFS Patient in the US that has had over a YEAR of WEEKLY RITUXIMAB Treatments! It was for other CFS ‘dysregulated’ issue of which I almost died – in 2008, so they tried it as last resort. After a year, Rituximab’s ancillary effect of somewhat mitigating my 51-70 point drop in IQ via onset of CFS in mid 1991 was amazing! However, don’t know how long it will remain, am still kinda a bit more cogent cognitively from this, these days. However, the necessarily massive STEROIDS – both IV & oral required to survive the Rituxin caused major havoc with my immune function! The Steroids also caused Rosacia. Rituximab is extremely dangerous and VERY expensive (~$5,800 – $7,900 per Treatment just for the drugs, and it takes several hours to for the Treatment (to infuse, and also for phlebotomy & IV drip that I also required)!

    • Marco
      Oct 03 - 9:21 am

      Wow… what a story. Thanks for sharing your experience.

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