A New Era for ME/CFS Research – SMCI’s Discovery Forum

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The Solve ME/CFS Initiative is pleased to announce the second annual meeting of key opinion leaders in the ME/CFS field. The Discovery Forum is a unique opportunity to evaluate current developments, drive collaborations and collectively address the challenges ahead for ME/CFS.  Discovery Forum 2017 will bring together leaders in academia, government agencies, medical  facilities, biotech companies, and prominent research institutions.
The Forum will take place on Saturday, October 14 in Washington DC.

Unfortunately, due to space limitations the event has been closed to new participants. However, Solve ME/CFS Initiative will be reporting from the event live on social media and providing video and comprehensive reporting following the event.
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