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RT @DrZoffness: There is no "pain center" in the brain. Rather, pain is a diffuse neurological process involving MANY brain sites, includi…


Third Invest in ME Intl Conference 2008

Following on from the very successful FM/ME conference in Southampton there are two more this year which are hosted by different ME organisations. The next conference is in London on May 23rd focussing on ME and its subgroups and again with a plethora of eminent speakers. The last one of the year will be in Cambridge. The debate on ME and its "subgroups" is on!

The Third Invest in ME Intl Conference 2008. Sub grouping of and treatments for ME/CFS"
Friday May 23rd 2008, Savoy Place, Westminster, London (Full CPD accreditation) - 9.00 -5.15

  • Dr Leonard Jason - case definitions of ME/CFS inc paediatrics
  • Dr John Chia - research into role of chronic enterovirus infection of the stomach in ME/CFS
  • Dr Jonathon Kerr - viral & human gene expression - sub groups of ME/CFS
  • Dr Martin Lerner - diagnosis and treatment of ME/cfs - longitudinal observations of cardiac and antiviral studies
  • Dr Judy Mikovits - sub groups of ME/CFS - research strategies
  • Dr Irving Spurr - diagnosis and treatments for ME/CFS - a GP's experience
  • Dr Julia Newton - Autonomic Dysfunction: Identification of aetiologically distinct subject groups within ME/CFS
  • Prof Malcom Hooper (Emeritus Prof of Medicinal Chemistry, University of Sunderland)  - Conference Chairman.

Research is now uncovering distinct Sub Groups of ME/CFS. Join us to learn of these subgroups and possible treatments from some of the world's foremost experts of MECFS
GPs etc £115, Charities £70, Students/Patients £35 prices applicable until 15th March
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Tel: 01603 701980 or 02380 251719 www.investinme.org

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