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Articles on Dr Lipkin’s impressive breakthrough work on Pathogen Discovery

Discover Interview: The World’s Most Celebrated Virus Hunter, Ian Lipkin | DiscoverMagazine.com

The New York Times ‘A Man From Whom Viruses Can’t Hide’ By Carl Zimmer

The Atlantic ‘The New Technique That Finds All Known Human Viruses in Your Blood’ By Ed Yong

Articles by Simon McGrath

‘Lipkin finds biomarkers not bugs’ by Simon McGrath on Phoenix Rising

‘Gut bugs misbehaving? The microbiome and ME/CFS’ By Simon McGrath on Phoenix Rising

‘Hunting down the cause of ME/CFS & other challenging disorders – Lipkin in London’ By Simon McGrath on Phoenix Rising

‘New era for ME/CFS research as top cytokine study attracts media headlines’ By Simon McGrath on Phoenix Rising

Articles by Cort Johnson

‘Tea-Time at Simmaron I: Mady Hornig on the “Peterson Subsets”, Immune Exhaustion and New Gut Findings In ME/CFS’ By Cort Johnson on Simmaron Rising

‘Ian Lipkin: Three to Five Years* to Solve Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS)’ By Cort Johnson on Simmaron Rising

‘The Other MEGA Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) Project: Dr. Hornig Talks’

Microbe Discovery team blogs and updates

‘Lipkin and Hornig nail #ChilliMEchallenge as donations top $0.75 million’ By the MDP team

‘Kickstart for Lipkin and Hornig’s BIG Microbiome Study’ By the MDP team

An excellent recent talk by Dr Mady Hornig at the Severe ME conference in Sweden: Youtube video of Dr Mady Hornig’s conference presentation about their program of ME/CFS research at the National Society of ME (RME) Severe ME conference in Sweden.

Dr Hornig’s Storming Science in Sweden: transcript and slides of the presentation in Sweden

‘Dr. Ian Lipkin responds to the NIH ME/CFS Request for Information’ Dr. Lipkin’s letter to the NIH regarding research priorities in ME/CFS, includes information on what CII have planned!

 

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