The End ME/CFS Tour in NYC w/ Linda Tannenbaum

Open Medicine Foundation (OMF) president, Linda Tannenbaum, will give a special lecture on the state of ME/CFS research at Mount Sinai West Hospital in New York City on Wednesday, November 1, 2017 from 6:30-8:00 pm. The event will be moderated by Terri L. Wilder, #MEAction New York Activist.
Open Medicine Foundation® (OMF) is the leading research organization working to end ME/CFS and related chronic complex diseases. OMF’s End ME/CFS Worldwide Tour is delivering HOPE to parents, patients, caregivers and friends.
The presentation will include an update on OMF’s revolutionary research and what OMF and others are doing to increase awareness, education and support. Following the presentation will be question and answers.
Mount Sinai West 1000 10th Avenue,
Conference Room C, 2nd floor NY, NY 10019.
(Closet subway stop is Columbus Circle/59th Street.)
Please RSVP for the event so that organizers can plan appropriately.
People with ME, medical providers, and public health practitioners are highly encouraged to attend; those just wanting to learn more are also very welcome. Please join us and invite others!
 

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