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Science to Patients: Professor Julia Newton Orthostatic Intolerance and Blood Flow

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by Firestormm, Jun 17, 2014.

  1. Firestormm

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    We are happy to be able to send you the link to webinar 45 of our project Science to Patients, in which prof. Julia Newton is talking about ME and the bloodflow:


    We are also attaching the transcript of the same, as well as of a Q&A-session she was kind enough to hold with the Dutch-speaking community on Friday June 6, 2014 [Below and Attached].

    Be it noted that next Friday June 20, 2014 from 5.00-5.30 pm CET she will answer questions again from all over, in an international session. You can get access to it with http://chatwing.com/mecvsvereniging.wvp
    (11 am EMT in the USA)


    We do hope you enjoy the video's and texts, and are requesting you to condivide them with whomsoever you can and might be interested, as they are exactly meant for that.

    Next broadcast will be sent to you on 1st July and will be of prof. Newton talking about ME, the Metabolism and the Muscles.

    With best wishes to all of you
    Team Science to Patients
    an extremely hard working team, to provide all of us with so much
    precious information on such a regular basis
    ME/cvs Vereniging, the Netherlands
    Rob Wijbenga, coordinator

     

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