Join the MILLIONSMISSING Chicago Protest/Day of Action

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The Chicago protest #MillionsMissing will feature talks by Dr. Leonard Jason, Dr. Marcie Zinn, well-known epidemiologists; Carol Head, of Solve ME/CFS; Barbara Morrison; ME/CFS patients; and families and friends.
It will take place at the James Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph St, Chicago between 11:30am-12:30pm.
Please click below to attend, learn more and donate to your local protest cities. RSVPs are also available on my.meaction.net/events/MILLIONSMISSING-Chicago. We have 60 people attending so far.
Please join us, we need your voices!


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