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Fibromyalgia and CFS

February 20 2010 Fibromyalgia and CFS Newsletter

Hi everyone,

hope your new year is going well. My business has picked up, so the article writing has become a bit of a challenge. I am going to streamline things so that I will be able to devote the necessary time to providing you with information. So, the blog talk show is cancelled. And since there is not much new evidence with regards fibromyalgia, the book is on hold. I will be changing the subject matter. You will receive a message for participants later.

The last article posted was about the retrovirus that was allegedly found in some cfs/me and fibromyalgia patients. I posted references to this research so that you can draw your own conclusions. I wanted to inform you of what was circulating, but at the same time, I didn't find enough evidence to support their theory. I am so glad I approached the subject the way that I did, even though a reader criticized me for posting links instead of writing an article. So to this critic, visit the Vanish Despair blog, , and see the SCIENTIFIC evidence that this theory was unsupported.

Have a great week!


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Veronica E. Thomas, Fibromyalgia and CFS Editor

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