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(Ireland) ME/CFS Awareness Month talks by Dr. William Weir in Dublin and Galway

Dolphin

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In case there are any Irish members who don't know about these talks:

ME/CFS Awareness Month talks by Dr. William Weir in Dublin and Galway

The title of both talks is: "25 years of experience with ME: past reflections, present difficulties and future possibilities.

Saturday, May 29

Mount Herbert Hotel, Herbert Road, off Lansdowne Road, Dublin 4, Republic of Ireland, 1pm

Irish ME/CFS Association, ME Awareness Month talk.

Speaker: Dr William Weir, ME medical expert and a consultant in infectious diseases, who sees patients privately in Harley Street, London, and in Northern Ireland.

Admission 5 Euro (on the door).

All welcome.

For more information: Irish ME/CFS Association, PO Box 3075, Dublin 2. Tel: (Dublin) 2350965 Email: info@irishmecfs.org Website: www.irishmecfs.org

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Sunday, May 30

Courtyard Hotel, Headford Point (just off the Kirwin Roundabout and near the Galway Shopping Centre), Galway, Republic of Ireland, 2pm

Irish ME/CFS Association in conjunction with the Galway ME Support Group, ME Awareness Month talk.

Speaker: Dr William Weir, ME medical expert and a consultant in infectious diseases, who sees patients privately in Harley Street, London, and in Northern Ireland.

Admission 5 Euro (on the door).

All welcome.

For more information: Irish ME/CFS Association, PO Box 3075, Dublin 2. Tel: (01) 2350965 Email: info@irishmecfs.org. Website: www.irishmecfs.org
 

Jenny

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Thanks Tom.

Has anyone been a patient of William Weir? I've heard good things about him.

Jenny
 
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