Upcoming CFIDS Association Webinars – May 4 & May 5

I wanted to make everyone aware of two upcoming CFIDS Association webinars that will be held on May 4th and May 5th.  The CFIDS Association has expanded their webinars to two programs per month and you can register by following the links provided below.  The CFIDS Association says,

The next two topics in the series will be presented on consecutive days, our webinar May double-header! for later viewing, and we’ve been able to do so for all but one program. Each of these programs feature top experts and will be available to the public. The only charge to participate may be the cost of your phone call to listen to the program. Pre-registration is required for each program. We regret that our privacy policy restricts the use of “cookies” so you’ll have to enter your information twice to register for both programs. We apologize for this small inconvenience.

The two webinars are as follows:

CFIDS Association Research Program update: Part 2
Date: May 4, 2010 (Tuesday)
Time: 3:00 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)
Speaker: Suzanne D. Vernon, PhD
Register at: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/922384369

This webinar will discuss the areas of research the CFIDS Association is working on and will explain their accelerated research program.  There will also be discussion on some of the research projects the organization funds directly. 

Chronic Pain Conditions & the Overlapping Conditions Alliance
Date: May 5, 2010, Wednesday
Time: 3:00 PM (Eastern Daylight Time)
Speakers: Mary Lou Ballweg, Terrie Cowley, Kim McCleary and Christin Veasley
Register at: https://www1.gotomeeting

In this webinar organization leaders will describe four of the conditions that have sidelined as many as 50 million lives and cost up to $80 billion each year. The four conditions to be spotlighted are: chronic fatigue syndrome, endometriosis, temporomandibular (TMJ) disorders and vulvodynia. These four either solely affect women, or target women at least four times more often than men.

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