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Jennifer Brea
Filmmaker , fighting for Wife of /AAI Views expressed here not official
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Jennifer Brea 3h
Congrats!!!🍾🎊🎉
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Jennifer Brea 6h
see above
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Jim Cummings Nov 20
This guy was pretty... pretty... pretty clever.
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Jennifer Brea 8h
Do you have a citation for that?
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Jennifer Brea 8h
Glad you’re feeling better, Tom!
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Jennifer Brea 8h
I’ve probably received hundreds of emails from people telling me about their recoveries. What is striking to me is *every*single*one* was different. I can’t recall two that were the same.
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Jennifer Brea 8h
If someone says LP helped them, I believe them, but until we have a far better understanding of the patholog(ies) and hopefully, a biomarker, it’s going to be very difficult to make sense of anecdotal recovery stories.
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Jennifer Brea 8h
The problem is not all of us are dealing with the same etiology or disease process.
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Jennifer Brea 21h
Replying to @GemzME @MTackCVS and 8 others
(Hip and I have worked a lot on the enterovirus page and he wrote a page solely on non-cytolytic enteroviral infections. You have a lot of references, including some I don’t know that we’ve added. Please do feel free to dive in if inspired! :)
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Jennifer Brea 21h
Replying to @GemzME @MTackCVS and 8 others
Yeah, but it fits the polio model. So whatever does happen to people, there are people who get acutely ill but don’t develop within a year or two what is identifiable as ME.
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Jennifer Brea 22h
This is likely because the sporadic cases are usually diagnosed later and don’t include the people who would have already recovered.
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Jennifer Brea 24h
Replying to @andrewgurza
Hi!!!!!!
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CN Lester Nov 20
Every remember that it's not 'just' transphobia that kills: it's racism, anti-immigration policies, hatred and degradation of sex workers, economic violence, ableism, misogyny, the failure of the justice system. It is global violence against the 'other'.
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TheDisabilityEnthusiast Nov 20
This is why not acknowledging these illnesses is so dangerous. How many people die from ? How many from ? No one knows bc no one's paying that kind of attention.
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#MEAction Network Nov 20
Have you set your alarm for at 8 am EST/5 am PSt/ 1 pm GMT? It is one week from today. We have an opportunity to TRIPLE match funds this year! Donate here at on Nov 27th at 8 am EST:
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Alice Wong Nov 20
"Whenever I watch films about the disabled experience, I often find myself becoming angry, annoyed or uncomfortable with the way disability has been treated by the filmmaker." -
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#MEAction Network Nov 20
Grab a cuppa & read all about the community's busy fall in our latest Community Roundup! around the globe have been in the news, attending & hosting conferences, raising funds, finding & offering support, participating in protests, & more!
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Jennifer Brea Nov 20
What evidence do we have that people in outbreaks have better outcomes? How do they control that in outbreaks, you’re looking in people at t=0 or t=a few weeks v. sporadic cases who may have been sick 1-5 years (i.e., the subset of people who are still ill that that much later).
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Jennifer Brea Nov 20
That is an unbelievably shitty tweet. It’s possible to criticize someone without mocking their pain.
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Jennifer Brea Nov 20
Yeah I think it’s good to include all studies just so it’s easy to see the full list of work that’s been done but that study is whack.
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