See "The Faces of CFS" in Washington, D.C.
Advocacy Alert: 5/10/2007
The next stop for the traveling photo exhibit will be Union Station in Washington, D.C.—the most visited site in the city. The exhibit, "The Faces of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome," will be in Union Station's West Hall from May 21 to June 2. Not only is Union Station a daily stop for commuters, it's a tourist destination that draws visitors from across the world. People come for transportation, shopping, dining and special events like the CFS photo exhibit. In fact, more than 32 million people a year, or about 80,000 a day, visit this historic landmark. We are excited that so many Union Station patrons will have the opportunity to learn more about CFS and hope you will visit the exhibit while it's in your area.
For more information about the exhibit and the national public awareness campaign, please visit http://www.cfids.org/sparkcfs/photo.asp.