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Simmaron’s Immunology Workshop at IACFS/ME

Discussion in 'Upcoming ME/CFS Events' started by Ember, Feb 23, 2014.

  1. Ember

    Ember Senior Member

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    Redefining How Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Is Diagnosed and Treated
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    Did I miss when this is?
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    It's part of the IACFS/ME Conference 20-25 March 2014, in San Francisco.
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    "Elizabeth Unger, M.D. Ph.D., Chief, Chronic Viral Disease Branch, Division of High-Consequence Pathogens and Pathology"

    At last the CDC is finally (seemingly anyway) doing its job instead of wasting the money on mind-body studies like Bill Reeves did. Are we finally getting past his legacy of diversions and dishonesty?
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    That's nothing new. CFS has been housed under that branch for a while now. Actually, I don't care where they house CFS as long as the proper work gets funded and done.
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    Yes, I know. But actually spending the pittance of research money on something other than mind-body studies is the point I was making. It was always housed properly, yet they either stole the money, diverted it or spent it on irelevancies.
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