The National Fibromyalgia Association has recently announced that Frances Winfield Bremer, wife of Ambassador L. Paul Bremer, III, will be the designated spokeswoman to help raise national and international awareness of Fibromyalgia.
Mrs. Bremer was diagnosed 25 years ago with Fibromyalgia. Her husband, who was appointed Presidential Envoy to Iraq in 2003 by President George W. Bush, will be supporting his wife with this venture by making joint media appearances with her in the upcoming year.
With the contacts worldwide that the Bremers have, there is no better person to help spread and raise awareness for Fibromyalgia. Their hope is to give Fibromyalgia help give the National Fibromyalgia Association and Fibromyalgia greater visibility on a national and global scale.
That’s some really good news. She’ll make a great spokesperson. The Sjogren’s Syndrome Foundation has been looking for a spokesperson and has come up empty handed.
Sounds like goof news. We need all the help we can get. A problem gets more notice when people who are in positions of authority are involved.
That was Good new, not goof news.