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The Medical Practitioners' Challenge in 2001: Informed, Accurate Diagnosis

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By Third International Clinical and Scientific Meeting for Myalgic Encephalopathy/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome • www.ProHealth.com • December 1, 2001


INTRODUCTION

Since 1996, the CDC's National Centre for Infectious Diseases has defined ME/CFS as a Priority #1 Disease of Public Health importance. Prevalence estimate is 183 people per 100,000 population.

How does the hurried medical practitioner reach an accurate diagnosis of ME/CFS when faced with multiple symptoms, non specific pathology and little time to document a long, complex history? Superficial evaluation frequently leads to misdiagnoses such as depression, anxiety or somatoform disorder.

This challenging meeting of international and Australian researchers and clinicians will present the latest findings to assist differential diagnosis and advance clinical care.


KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Anthony Komaroff
Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Cambridge, MA
-Director of the Division of General Medicine and Primary Care
-Established one of US's premier academic units
-Has an active research program in CFS regarding chronic post-infectious fatigue syndromes
-Performs a significant role in the reinvigorated CDC CFS Program

Wilhelmena Behan
Professor of Pathology, Glasgow University, Glasgow, UK
- Directs a leading neuroscience research program to elucidate the pathogenesis of CFS, in collaboration with eminent scientists in neurology, nuclear medicine, exercise science and medicine, and molecular genetics - First to describe mitochondrial dysfunction in CFS

Garth Nicolson
Chief Scientific Officer, Institute for Molecular Medicine, Huntington Beach, USA
- Is among world's most-cited scientists in field of pathology and cancer biology
- Has particular interest in role of chronic infections in chronic illnesses including CFS, FM, Gulf War Illness, RA
- Is developing diagnostic procedures using Nucleoprotein Gene Tracking and Forensic Polymerase Chain Reaction-Hybridization

Kenny De Meirleir
Professor of Medicine and Physiology, Free University of Brussels, Belgium
- Since 1990, has established a CFS Program researching autonomic function, exercise physiology, RNaseL pathway
- Is researching pathophysiological mechanisms and potential role of acquired channelopathy


PROGRAM

Saturday, 1 December 2001, Day 1
7.45am Registration
8.45am Welcome
9.00am Opening Address, Presentations
5.00pm Close Day 1

Sunday, 2 December 2001, Day 2
8.30am Presentations
3.00pm Close

The aetiology, pathophysiology, and management of ME/CFS will be explored.


TOPICS

diagnostic criteria
orthostatic intolerance/autonomic dysfunction
immune abnormalities
neuroendocrine and other biochemical abnormalities
acquired channelopathy
neurocognitive impairment
gastrointestinal dysfunction
exercise intolerance
impaired sleep cycle
environmental exposures
toxicology
neuropsychiatric manifestations
differentiating ME/CFS from psychiatric disorder

Presentations and Posters will include:


evidence of persistent infection
evidence of cardiovascular impairment
SPECT findings of hypoperfusion in limbic system and brain stem
exploration of molecular mechanisms in exercise intolerance
gastric emptying studies demonstrating abnormal gut motility
Case Studies


Panel discussions around management issues will be interspersed throughout the program.


CONFERENCE ORGANIZATION

Secretariat C. Hunter - A. Leggo - J. Jolly


REGISTRATION FORM

Click on the link below to go to the printable conference registration form:

http://www.ahmf.org/confregform.html


ACCOMMODATION

For bookings:

Manly Pacific Parkroyal Hotel (4 Star) - (Venue)
Telephone: +61 2 9977 7666
Manly View $191 per room per night; Ocean View $233 per room per night

Manly Paradise Motel (3 Star) - (2 minutes walk)
Telephone: +61 2 9977 5799
From $150 per night/minimum stay 2 nights

Accommodation is NOT included in registration fee.


VENUE

Manly Pacific Parkroyal Hotel
55 North Steyne, Manly
Sydney, Australia
Telephone: +61 2 9977 7666
Facsimile: +61 2 9977 7822

VENUE REGISTRATION

Registration desk located in foyer on level 1, Manly Pacific Parkroyal Hotel. Car parking is available at the venue at a rate of $11 per day.



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