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IACFS/ME International Research and Clinical Conference, 20-23 March 2014

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by Firestormm, Dec 17, 2013.

  1. Firestormm

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    From IACFS/ME December 2013 Newsletter:

    The 11th IACFS/ME Biennial International Research and Clinical Conference
    co-sponsored by Stanford University
    Translating Science into Clinical Care
    20-23 March 2014

     
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  2. Bob

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    It looks like it will be an important and dynamic conference.

    That's the discounted rate? I wouldn't like to see the un-discounted rate!

    He's also seems to be very good at not finding viruses! Or not finding viruses that he considers significant!

    (Please ignore my nit-picking! I'm over-tired.)
     
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