Tell Congress "Don't defund ME/CFS!"

Tell Congress “Don’t defund ME/CFS!”

Last week, the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor-HHS finally released their vision of federal spending for Fiscal Year 2018 in H.R. 3358. We are disheartened to share that the accompanying committee report, again, zeroed out the $5.4 million line item for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome at the CDC’s Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases. Now, we turn to the Senate to restore the funding for these critical research, education, and awareness programs.
To push back against this reduction, we’ve made it very easy. Send a message to your members of congress with the tool below:

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2 thoughts on “Tell Congress "Don't defund ME/CFS!"”

  1. I tried to contact congress but the form didn’t work.. didn’t show a send button
    what’s up ?

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