In just one month’s time of the media coverage for CFIDS, there have been 175 stories printed, on broadcast and online media outlets. What is really important and impressive is that with each story, CFIDS is validated even more and that CFIDS is real and deserving of medical attention and time from the medical community.
From the CFIDS Association:
“We encourage you to visit the Media Coverage section of campaign website frequently to read these stories and view video clips of broadcast coverage. We are updating this section several times a week to keep it current and stories are dated so you can easily see what is new since the last time you visited. Visiting often and clicking on links to various stories not only keeps you up to date on the media coverage CFS is receiving, it also signals to media outlets that CFS stories are popular among viewers and readers. Whether it’s the New York Post or the CBS affiliate in Philadelphia, these media outlets track how many people click on each story or each video link. When hundreds, or thousands, of visitors to their website click on the link to a CFS story, it tells them that people are interested in CFS and encourages them to cover the illness again.”