Get a Ringside Seat for Invest in ME’s 10th International Conference on 29 May
This Friday, 29 May sees the tenth International ME Conference put on by UK research charity Invest in ME (IiME) in London. The day-long conference will include 220 participants from 17 countries and will be attended by researchers, clinicians and patients.
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  1. Bob

    Bob

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    Yes, I see what you mean.
    And I agree, that it's the science that's made a big difference for us.


    Looks like we all thought the same thing then!
    Yes, it was nice to see that particular perspective in the minority, for a change.
    If only that was always the case!
     
  2. slayadragon

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    A transcript of this broadcast is available at CFS Untied, here.

    http://www.cfsuntied.com/mediaWHC.html

    The page looks weird at the bottom on my browser, but other people say it's fine. Maybe it's just me. If you also see it looking strange, please let me know.

    Best, Lisa
     
  3. SOC

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    Thanks, Lisa. I'm having trouble with video downloads and transcript is my only option for accessing this info, so I really appreciate the link.
     
  4. ixchelkali

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    Yeah, I had the feeling the reporter was trying to be diplomatic, but it was really, really hard for her. Like she didn't want to come out and call us nutcases while she was sitting there with a couple of patients, but still...

    So if we're being paranoid about her, we're all paranoid together. Mass hysteria, mass paranoia, what the hell. :innocent1: At the least, she seemed uncomfortable. But that was probably good; it added balance to the program, and brought out that viewpoint where it could be discussed.
     

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