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Congratulations on IOM presentation

Discussion in 'Institute of Medicine (IOM) Government Contract' started by bullybeef, Jan 27, 2014.

  1. bullybeef

    bullybeef Senior Member

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    It's been sometime since I last frequented PR, and after just hearing PR's ME/CFS presentation, I was compelled to say I am highly impressed. A huge well done and let's hope we are heard!
     
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    barbc56 Senior Member

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    Was this taped?
     
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    I think the entire thing is taped and will appear online in time, about four hours worth. All the official slides will also appear online, or so we are told. I really want to hear the Dr Enlander comment.

    I think the Phoenix Rising team did a great job. Its hard to cover complex issues in only a few minutes. Fortunately the main themes were repeated again and again by other speakers. I think the IOM panel might have got a message or two.

    The cookie-cutter thank yous and thank you for the slides, and your presentation is helpful, sounded a bit disingenuous after the first few, especially after a speaker who said the best thing they could do is resign.
     
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    Andrew Senior Member

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    I wish I could have seen this.
     
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    Well that was magnanimous of them! Or maybe they just weren't listening. ;)

    All kidding aside, if they are actually taking their job seriously, they probably are glad to hear the whole gamut of thinking. I would be, if I were in their shoes. Not that I'd want to be in their shoes. :eek:
     
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