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Dr. Bell's April 16 XMRV Lecture in Boston - Register NOW to Learn the Very Latest

  [ 7 votes ]   [ 2 Comments ] • February 17, 2011

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The following announcement was issued Feb 17 by the Massachusetts CFIDS/ME & FM Association ( - a lecture co-host.

Dr. David Bell, noted CFIDS/CFS researcher and pediatrician, will present “Current status of XMRV Research and Comments on the NIH April State of Knowledge Conference" in Boston on SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 2011.

Dr. Bell's research update will include findings reported at the April 7-8 State of Knowledge Conference,* a 2-day event held in Bethesda, Maryland, that brought together researchers, clinicians, government officials and patient advocates. [Sponsored by the Trans-NIH ME/CFS Working Group.]

REGISTER ONLINE NOW! For details and online registration, click HERE.
(You can also register family members and friends)

Download/print the flyer - color version or black & white version.

This lecture is co-sponsored by the Massachusetts CFIDS/ME & FM Association and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health at the Hinton State Laboratory Institute.

It will be held at their facility,
305 South Street
Jamaica Plain/Boston, Mass 02130
(For directions, see below.)

Registration will begin at 1 p.m. There is plenty of free parking and the auditorium comfortably holds a large group, so please pass the word.

If you would like to receive notification about this conference via email, please sign up for our Newsletter email list if you have not already done so.

To get directions to the lecture site at Hinton State Laboratory Institute, click HERE. Free parking is available on Saturdays. The location is also accessible by public transportation. The building is handicapped-accessible.

There is a $10 voluntary donation for non-members. Become a member online now, or join at the lecture.

* To review the conference agenda click HERE.

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dr. david bell
Posted by: aidanwalsh
Feb 18, 2011
a long time cfids researcher and pediatrician and patient with cfids...
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dr. david bell
Posted by: aidanwalsh
Feb 18, 2011
a long time cfids researcher and pediatrician and patient with cfids...
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