Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by Sasha, Aug 20, 2015.
Some fascinating stuff in there.
Where/when/at what event was the video made?
I love these guys, they're awesome.
There's also a video telling the story of their son Whitney:
I suspect it was the END ME/CFS fundraiser that was held in the Davis/Dafoe garden and was attended by lots of local notables.
Palo Alto on July 16th.
and another short video from Linda Tannenbaum, who gives an explanation to a small crowd of the primary symptoms of myalgic encephalomyelitis, aka chronic fatigue syndrome. Find out how OMF is collaborating with prominent scientists to do innovative research and find biomarkers and a cure.m
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Talking of videos, this video is an absolute must-see if anyone hasn't seen it yet. I think it's possibly the most poignant, striking and moving video about ME that I've ever seen, and a video to share far and wide with the public and media/journalists etc...
It's taken from this 'Palo Alto Weekly' feature article:
There is another thread discussing this very same thing, posting from ME Action, I think they should be merged.
This is specifically about the video, though, which is relevant to but not redundant with the thread about Dr Davis talking about why his grant proposal was rejected - is that the one you mean?
I really like him.
I'm late to the party but that was a really good video. It was worth the 17 minutes.
I have trouble watching certain videos - too much jargon, hard to follow, or they get boring and rambling, or something like that. But there were none of those problems here.
Thanks for posting it, @Sasha!
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