A conversation with Marco Ruggiero

 Posted by on October 22, 2012 at 8:43 am
Oct 222012
Jonathan Barnett with Marco Ruggiero and Stefani Pacini at the Riordan Clinic

 Posing with Marco Ruggiero and Stefani Pacini at the Riordan Clinic in Wichita, Kansas

It has taken me more than two weeks to edit and transcribe a nearly two hour conversation I had with Professor Marco Ruggiero earlier this month.  Ruggiero was the keynote speaker at the 2012 Riordan IVC and Cancer Symposium, held in Wichita, Kansas earlier this month.

Marco graciously sat in front of my webcam on October 4, and spoke at length on a broad range of topics.  I have broken that interview into eight segments, to make them easier to view as time allows.  All eight segments are included in a single youtube playlist.

This experience has me yearning for a better video and audio recording setup. The sound quality is atrocious, and I apologize in advance for that.  Having the conversation caption will hopefully compensate for that defect.

For those who, like myself, may prefer to read than watch video, bear with me.  I do intend to get back to writing again soon.  I am feeling a bit overwhelmed with how far behind I’ve fallen with blogging and I’m not even sure where to start!


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  3 Responses to “A conversation with Marco Ruggiero”


    Have you looked at getting a nagalase test as used by Nobuto Yamamoto in his 18 week HIV cure with GcMAF? I want to know more about how such a test relates to other markers for HIV progression.


      By the time I got the test kit for nagalase, I had been taking MAF 314 for a few weeks. Since there was no assurance that my insurance would pay for the test, I opted to forego it. I’m already digging a pretty big hole financially.

      I agree that it would be useful and helpful for someone to monitor this marker in a group of Affecteds.


    Just finished watching all of these videos. They were really informative and though provoking. Thanks again for taking the time to do this!

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