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IACFS/ME Conference summary

Wednesday 8 April 2009

IACFS/ME Dr Rosamund Vallings MNZM MB BS (London), a New Zealand doctor who specialises in ME/CFS, has written a summary of the 9th International IACFS/ME Research and Clinical Conference held in the US on 12-15 March 2009:

IACFS/ME: THE 9th INTERNATIONAL IACFS/ME RESEARCH AND CLINICAL CONFERENCE – Summary by Rosamund Vallings, M.B., B.S.

The summary can also be downloaded as a PDF file:

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IACFSME 2009 Conference Summary - Dr Rosamund Vallings (PDF, 192KB)

Dr Vallings was able to attend the Conference due to the generosity of ANZMES who funded her trip.

Incidentally, this is the second summary of the Conference we’ve reported – the first one was by Kim McCleary, President and Chief Executive Officer of the CFIDS Association of America, and you can find our report of it here.

 


More coverage of the IACFS/ME Conference:

17 June 2009: Whittemore-Peterson Institute at the IACFS/ME Conference
9 June 2009: Deficits In Cognitive Functioning
29 May 2009: Phoenix Rising
27 April 2009: IACFS/ME Conference videos
8 April 2009: Conference summary by Dr Rosamund Vallings
20 March 2009: Conference summary by Kim McCleary

 


 

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