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Hmmm im in so Florida just looked him up nothing. 

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Thanks guys.  Look forward to learning more.  Assuming we should not reach out to him directly to him at this point. 

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49 minutes ago, LillianPanos said:

Hmmm im in so Florida just looked him up nothing. 

I'm in Florida too

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1 hour ago, Agustin Fernandez III said:

DR. HANLEY

Is a Board Certified Pain Specialist. He has asked me to share his name on this forum and inform you all that he will be on here soon to answer questions, as time permits. On his thoughts about treament with Theravax  for compassionate use in patients that have found no other way to combat their HSV infection. 

Theodore E.M. Hanley, M.D.

MEDICAL LICENSING:

1990            New York State
1998            New Jersey
2006            Florida

 

Agustin, thank you for taking the time to post the Doctor's information.  Will the doctor go on the site tonight?

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Hi Agustin, 

RVX patient posted this:

Dr. Theodore Hanley is an anesthesiologist in Brooklyn, New York and is affiliated with St. Barnabas Hospital. He received his medical degree from State University of New York Downstate Medical Center College of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years. He is one of 13 doctors at St. Barnabas Hospital who specialize in Anesthesiology. 

He has solid expensive as an anesthesiologist...

Can you share his complete bio with us and more details regarding his practice with patients who have HSV?  I would imagine that he has experience with HSV and neuropathy (etc) and  has been thoroughly vented if you are recommending him to this forum.

EM

Edited by EM424

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Sorry for the doubt, but what is this doctor's relationship with the theravax vaccine ??

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2 hours ago, Agustin Fernandez III said:

DR. HANLEY

Is a Board Certified Pain Specialist. He has asked me to share his name on this forum and inform you all that he will be on here soon to answer questions, as time permits. On his thoughts about treament with Theravax  for compassionate use in patients that have found no other way to combat their HSV infection. 

Theodore E.M. Hanley, M.D.

MEDICAL LICENSING:

1990            New York State
1998            New Jersey
2006            Florida

 

Nice.  Can't wait to meet him 

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4 hours ago, crisper said:

Agustin, thank you for taking the time to post the Doctor's information.  Will the doctor go on the site tonight?

I don't know when he will join the Forum. I know he is very busy. He asked me to post his name and he said he would love to hear from all of you. I am sure he will be on as soon as he has a chance. In the meantime, you can find him with a simple google search.

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4 hours ago, EM424 said:

Hi Agustin, 

RVX patient posted this:

Dr. Theodore Hanley is an anesthesiologist in Brooklyn, New York and is affiliated with St. Barnabas Hospital. He received his medical degree from State University of New York Downstate Medical Center College of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years. He is one of 13 doctors at St. Barnabas Hospital who specialize in Anesthesiology. 

He has solid expensive as an anesthesiologist...

Can you share his complete bio with us and more details regarding his practice with patients who have HSV?  I would imagine that he has experience with HSV and neuropathy (etc) and  has been thoroughly vented if you are recommending him to this forum.

EM

Dr Hanley

Is a Pain Specialist, he has experience with neuralgic pain. He took the time to study Dr. Halford's work and he believes based on the science to date. that it can in fact be an effective therapeutic solution for those who suffer the most from this virus, Specifically, those that live with Chronic pain.

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I'm not sure if you're able to speak on this but will he be administering the vaccine as well? Do we know when an official announcement will be made regarding this ? Thank you ...

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4 hours ago, Agustin Fernandez III said:

Dr Hanley

Is a Pain Specialist, he has experience with neuralgic pain. He took the time to study Dr. Halford's work and he believes based on the science to date. that it can in fact be an effective therapeutic solution for those who suffer the most from this virus, Specifically, those that live with Chronic pain.

Exactly, Anesthesiologist does not only mean to work in OR. They also work in critical care and pain clinics. PS: I'm an also an Anesthesia resident. Will soon be doing my rotations in pain clinic as well. 

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9 hours ago, Burdenofpain said:

I'm in Florida too

Where IAm I Live ft lAuderdale work In miami I

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9 hours ago, AusHopeful said:

How is he signicant to RVX? 

 I believe @Agustin Fernandez III  Answered that question somewhere in this post,  you may have to dig for it 

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On 2/15/2017 at 7:59 PM, RVX Patient and Investor said:

@RVX Patient and Investor  The links you provided are inaccurate.  The picture of Dr. Hanley being advertised on Minerva Labs website is different from those provided in your post.  Please advise.

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Ha, what advice do you want?  yes, the Minerva site needs work, what can I tell you?  RVx doesn't control it...

 

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