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EMERGING Insights: The Australian ME/CFS Symposium Livestreamed

Wednesday 13 March 2019

 

From Health Rising:

 

ME/CFS: The Biomedical basis etc.
 

EMERGING Insights: The Australian ME/CFS Symposium Livestreamed

By Cort Johnson
March 10, 2019
Copyright © 2019 Health Rising.

We are truly in an era that, at least in one way, suits people with chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) very well. Two major conferences, the Emerge Conference in Australia and the NIH conference in the United States, are both going to be livestreamed over the next month.

No need to fly great distances, book an expensive hotel room and trudge to the conference – you can see them all from home. Yes, you do miss the real opportunity to mingle with fellow ME/CFS patients, researchers and doctors – there’s nothing like meeting and interacting with people in the flesh – but the alternative isn’t bad at all.

Emerge International Research Symposium

Emerge – what a great title for an ME/CFS organization and conference. This is a disease that’s attempting to emerge from the shadows of a scientific backwater into the full, hopefully dazzling light of medical research. While funding, to put it bluntly, sucks no matter side of the Pacific you’re on, it was good that the Emerge conference is funded by the Australian government and has attracted a cast of international researchers. This is, in fact, the second major Australian conference produced in the last year.

Emerge Australia, Inc. is an Australian non-profit that advocates for, educates about, and provides information on Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME). (Check out their beautiful website here.)

Emerge’s 2019 ME/CFS INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM from March 12-15th is full of goodies.

 

Full article…

 


 

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