Thanks to Cort Johnson from Phoenix Rising for his email to me about this interview.
ME/CFS costs the US economy $25 billion dollars a year in economic losses and yet receives amongst the lowest amounts of research funding of any disease. Do you want to know why?
Check out Part II of Dr. Ken Friedman’s three part interview on ME/CFS. In Part II this father of a FM/CFS patient, researcher, advocate, author and former federal advisory committee provides some blunt and at times rather surprising answers about how we got to this situation plus his view of the opportunities present.
You can access this interview at the link below:
Dr. Ken Friedman on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Part II: Research – Roadblocks and Opportunities by Cort Johnson
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