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NIH awards nearly $2 million to 3 NYC institutions for CFS research

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  1. Ember

    Ember Senior Member

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    http://phys.org/wire-news/124119794...ion-to-3-nyc-institutions-for-chronic-fa.html

    New $2 Million CFS Grant Awarded to Dr. Dikoma Shungu & Team
     
  2. Awesome. I mean it still doesn't compare to the funding some other illnesses that have a higher public profile get, but its still great to see funding going to this kind of research. A biomarker would go so far towards getting the right kind of research done on us. It would all put all the "its in their heads, they are depressed" nonsense to bed.
     
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    Hope they will have enough participants, to far of a haul for me!

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