Disappearing photos

Hi everyone! My blog photos have disappeared. All of them. Swallowed up by cyberspace or by the vengeful Google Ads.  Gulp! I have gotten in touch with the Healthblogs manager, and am sure that order will be restored as soon as she reads the message (it’s still the middle of the night in the U.S., so she’s still asleep for sure). Anyway, no worries.

Yesterday I received more information concerning the DMAPT clinical trial. The UK trial is open only to UK citizens. Well, that takes care of that!

I now do know where the trial is going to be held, though: at the University of Cardiff, under Dr. Alan Burnett, Head of the Haematology Department. As of today, though, there is no information on the trial on the U. of Cardiff website. The waiting game continues.

I am working on a post, so off I go!


  1. Hi Margaret,
    Your research into the DMAPT trial is very interesting. You have been able to find out something a UK citizen couldn’t! However, I thought the trial was for leukemia not myeloma. One day they will get round to us. In the meantime, I’m doing the same thing as Sue – taking a Feverfew tablet every day. As Sue says, it’s probably nowhere near enough Parthenolide (0.7%) but who knows. I’ve been taking it for a month and it hasn’t worked yet but, as I have said many times before, I don’t think there will be any quick fixes and persistance will pay in the end.
    Best wishes,

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