How we can hijack the media, in four easy lessons
Love it, hate it, good story, bad story... the media are going to keep reporting on ME/CFS no matter what. But isn’t it time that we saw that coverage as an opportunity?
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Discussion in 'Patient Data Repository & Treatment Review Project' started by taniaaust1, Aug 18, 2010.

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    CFS RESEARCHERS AUSTRALIA

    Australia
    Assoc Prof Janet Taylor (2010, she has currently Aust. government funding and is carrying out a CFS study) [1]
    Andrew Lloyd (2010, currently is carrying out a Aust. government funded study) [2]
    Dr Hugh Dunstan, Senior lecturer and researcher into chemicals and' M'E/CFS, microbiology and biochemistry, Newcastle University. [3]
    Dr Robert Weatherby, Senior lecturer, biochemistry/microbiology, sports science and human body movement, Southern Cross University Lismore [4]

    Adelaide
    Dr Tapin Mukherjee Scientist and researcher. Research into red blood cell abnormalities in ME/CFS, Adelaide. [5]

    REFERENCES
    [1] http://www.neura.edu.au/research/themes/taylor-group
    [2]
    [3] http://www.nor.com.au/~nrmecfs/conference_96.htm
    [4] http://www.nor.com.au/~nrmecfs/conference_96.htm
    [5] http://www.nor.com.au/~nrmecfs/conference_96.htm
     

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