A Message to CFIDSLink Subscribers
Each month with the CFIDSLink, the CFIDS Association strives to bring you current, credible and condensed news and information about chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). We take great care to sift through the abundance of reports, posts and articles now available on the web and through traditional media to provide you with information you can trust and use.
We at the CFIDS Association of America do a lot of other things, too—things you've probably read about in the CFIDSLink. Fund research. Advocate on Capitol Hill. Educate doctors. Work with national and local media to keep CFS in the news.
For example, because we know how important research is to the future of people with CFS, we’re the largest nongovernmental funder of CFS research in the United States, and we’ve hired a well-respected scientist in the field to work fulltime fostering research progress on behalf of the CFS community—stories covered in this issue of the CFIDSLink.
You and thousands of other CFIDSLink subscribers are an important part of the rapidly growing CFS community. As more people get diagnosed, locate our resources and seek to better understand their condition and how others are coping with it, the need for the CFIDSLink and all of the Association’s other services increases.
Our growth, and our ability to continue to deliver free services like CFIDSLink, depend upon support from people who have demonstrated their interest in this cause. That's you!
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To conquer CFS, we must take action together. Please act now to help strengthen the community that will bring an end to the suffering CFS causes.
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