I guess some people still like Dr Teitlebaum


Submitted by Corin R. Walson <corin@WALSONPR.COM> [and resent for proper distribution.] to co-cure Feb 16 10

[if: I wonder what he will say about XMRV now?]

Fibromyalgia Coalition International 10th Anniversary & Conference - May 14-15

Media Contact: Corin Ramos, APR corin@walsonpr.com

"Hope & Help for Fibromyalgia & CFS"

Fibromyalgia Coalition International 10th Annual Fibromyalgia & Chronic
Fatigue Conference set for May 14-15 in Kansas City (Metro)

KANSAS CITY (Metro), KS-MO-(16 February 2010)-The Fibromyalgia Coalition
International (FCI) will be hosting its 10th annual Fibromyalgia & Chronic
Fatigue Conference on May 14-15 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Lenexa, Kansas.

Presentations from top fibromyalgia and CFS experts will focus on the theme
of the conference, "Hope & Help for Fibromyalgia & CFS," discussing the
latest research and successful treatment protocols for the chronic pain

Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum among line up of top speakers

Speakers include Jacob Teitelbaum, M.D., author of the national bestseller,
From Fatigued to Fantastic and Pain Free 1-2-3 and latest book, Beat Sugar
Addiction NOW. Dr. Teitelbaum's presentation, "Effective Treatment of CFS
and Fibromyalgia," will include new research findings, including the XMRV
retrovirus link to CFS.

The conference is geared toward patients who will have a chance to network
and participate in open discussions with each presenter, and medical
professionals who may earn credits toward their professional development
requirements, including CNEs for nurses and CCEs for chiropractors.

"We are honored to be celebrating the Fibromyalgia Coalition International's
important milestone with members of both the patient and medical community
who have supported and contributed to FCI's success over the last 10 years,"
said Yvonne Keeny, FCI Founder & Executive Director. "Given the recent
breakthroughs in fibromyalgia and CFS research and treatments, it is more
important than ever to stay informed for those who want to take charge of
their health, discover root causes of their health challenges, and initiate
solutions that work."

The conference date also coincides with National Fibromyalgia Awareness Day,
which is commemorated worldwide on May 12 of each year.

Corin Ramos, APR

Walson Communications

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