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Science for ME Q&A with Dr Montoya, 16th January 2018

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by Andy, Dec 5, 2017.

  1. Andy

    Andy Administrator Staff Member

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    So, for a while now S4ME have been figuring out the technical details in order to do a Q&A session with Dr Jose Montoya and I'm pleased to say that we've found a solution.

    We initially were hoping to do it as a live event, and this would be our hope for future events, but, on this occasion, we'll be making a video call with Dr Montoya, recording it, doing a little bit of editing, and then putting up on our YouTube channel.

    But we will need questions to ask him, which is where you all come in. Just as we did with the UK ME/CFS Biobank recently, we want to know what you want to ask him, so that we can then ask them on your behalf.

    So, we want you to post your questions here - we'll be keeping the thread open until the end of this year, then we'll collate them ready for the big event.

    Obviously, we can't guarantee any questions will be answered, and, given we have limited time, we may well cut back on the number of questions that we are able to ask.

    So, get posting.

    If you'd like a bit of background material here is his Stanford profile, and his page on MEpedia.

    Finally, and importantly, many thanks to the S4ME member who put us in touch with Dr Montoya's assistant. :)
     
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    Bumping and also saving this post for potential further use.
     
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    Ron Established Member (Voting Rights)

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    At the recent CFSAC Meeting you briefly mentioned that there may be a mechanism in the bone marrow? Can you comment on that?


    Could you elaborate on the findings that you and Mark Davis had with clonal expansion of T-cells and a possible antigen? When will we hear more on this and if you think their will be treatments that can target this?
     
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