3 Oct 2010
My Fellow Superorganisms,
Those of you already familiar with the site may have noticed I’ve taken down quite a few pieces. Many of these were written about three years ago. I still stand by their general content, but want to make sure they are completely up to date before I put them back up. A second factor in their temporary removal is that, in retrospect, the tone of these pieces is stronger than the tone I would use today.
When I started this blog, I was writing as an advocate and, over time, I’ve evolved to think and write more like a scientist. I want to make sure that nothing that should be described as a hypothesis comes off in my previous writing as sounding like an established fact.
Just so readers know, the vast majority of the information and studies discussed on this site have now been repurposed as part of content for Autoimmunity Research Foundation’s Marshall Protocol Knowledge Base, which I would encourage you to have a look at.
Amy Proal graduated from Georgetown University in 2005 with a degree in biology. While at Georgetown, she wrote her senior thesis on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and the Marshall Protocol.
Amy has spoken at several international conferences and authored several peer-reviewed papers on the intersection of bacteria and chronic disease.
If you have questions about the MP, please visit CureMyTh1.org where volunteer patient advocates will answer your questions. Another good resource is the MP Knowledge Base, which is scheduled to be completed within the next year.