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      John Connor
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      As usual, this story would be years off and hasn’t even been peer-reviewed yet. I’m reporting it cos I’ve spent 2 hours researching it – so there.

      There’s been oodles of science re EBCV & MS – we currently carry 82 stories about this on our home site.

      ‘A phase 1 clinical trial by the California-based immunotherapy company Atara Biotherapeutics confirms latent Epstein-Barr (EBV) infections are viable targets for treating MS in at least some patients, reinforcing a curious link between the virus and a deadly illness that affects millions around the world.

      Out of the trial’s 24 volunteers, 20 showed signs of either improvement or at least a halt in their health’s steady decline. Importantly, there were no signs of serious side effects.

      Any thoughts on this study?

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