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Major ME And Fibromyalgia Conference Set For September International Speakers For Belfast Event

Friday 31 August 2018

 

From Irish news outlet Love Belfast:

 

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MAJOR ME AND FIBROMYALGIA CONFERENCE SET FOR SEPTEMBER INTERNATIONAL SPEAKERS FOR BELFAST EVENT

Love Belfast
August 27, 2018
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A major conference on ME and Fibromyalgia is set for September at a time when recruitment is underway for the first ever consultant lead on the condition nears completion.

Hosted by the charity, Hope 4 Me and Fibro Northern Ireland, the event on September 17 at Parliament Buildings, will hear a keynote address from US specialist Jose G Montoya MD of Stanford University.

Joan McParland, founder of Hope 4 Me and Fibro NI said this was a vital conference at a time when new NICE (National Institute for Clinical Excellence) for ME/CFS are under review and previous claims of graded exercise and cognitive behavioural therapy being beneficial for this large patient population, are now firmly discredited.

“Now that we are moving forward in Northern Ireland this conference comes at a critical time to inform all healthcare providers of the most effective ways to manage patients and more importantly, to protect them from further deterioration.”

 

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