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National ME/FM Action Network reports on the Symposium and Conference

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by Ember, Mar 23, 2014.

  1. Ember

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    National ME/FM Action Network
    March 19

    "Its been a long but interesting day. We attended a symposium on ME/CFS sponsored by the Stanford University School of Medicine...."

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    National ME/FM Action Network
    IACFS/ME Patient Day

    "Another long day today. We started this morning at 8:00am and went through to 6:00pm. What stood out for me today was the impressive quality of the professionals who are working so hard in research, support and providing information on ME/CFS...."

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    National ME/FM Action Network
    IACFS/ME Conference Day 2
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    National ME/FM Action Network
    March 22

    "The report today will be a little short. The conference went all day and the awards dinner was tonight.

    We have discovered a few more Canadians here...."

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    National ME/FM Action Network
    March 23
     
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