It was reported like that, i think, by Mindy Kitei on CFS Central, maybe also by the CAA on Facebook, i'm not sure about that, though. But that's all just "sources have said...". Still much better than nothing, but anything could happen.Somebody said (I wish I could remember who) that the conclusion of the paper will be the same. I think that's the biggest thing we care about. :
Lol.. now that makes me feel very strange :tongue:I think we're all nervous to some degree. *grin* We're like first time mothers -- we know things should go just fine, but we've been listening to all the horror stories and we know it's not impossible for something to go wrong. Our baby is going to come when it comes, there is no real reason to expect things to go badly wrong. But the inability to exactly predict what's going to happen and when and the horror stories we know make us a little insecure. Perfectly normal, I'd guess.