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Advancing recognition, empathy, treatment and support services for Chronic Immunological and Neurological Diseases (CIND) including ME, FM, MCS/ES, CFS
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Action CIND Nov 24
Replying to @PattyHajdu @GinettePT
Congratulations on your appointment. Look forward to working with you and carrying on the work started by
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Action CIND Nov 24
Replying to @TomKindlon
Congratulations Tom! It’s well deserved. Sorry you couldnt take the trip
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davidtuller Nov 22
I am talking about evidence and how studies should be conducted. This study is a mess and should be retracted. That is the point being made in this letter.
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Workwell Foundation Nov 16
We are pleased to participate in an upcoming webinar Q&A featuring our latest research on , post-exertional malaise, and 2-day CPET on Wednesday, December 11, 2019. The webinar will be hosted by . Please register here and retweet!
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Action CIND Nov 20
Thanks for sharing the webinar info
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MEFM Society of BC Nov 14
We would lile to reach out to our dentists to let them know our patient population is sensitive to epinephrine and can get severe and lasting symptoms frm your small doses of epinephrine. Please respect patients needs for no epinephrine in freezing
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Canadian Forces Nov 11
For those who leave, never to return. For those who return, but are never the same. Today and every day, we honour you.
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CanadianPM Nov 10
Poppies cascade down the Peace Tower in Ottawa to honour Canada’s fallen.
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Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre Nov 10
Thank you to the volunteers who planted 47,500 Canadian flags outside of our Veterans Centre today, as part of Operation Raise a Flag. On , veterans will wake up to a sea of red and white. 🇨🇦 There’s still time to support:
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Action CIND Nov 11
Do you still use this account?
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Action CIND Nov 9
Replying to @Markyphillips
Very generous individual
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Action CIND Nov 9
Do you help charities with fundraising as part of your program? If so, who do I contact? Thanks
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Karim Khan Oct 30
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ICanCME Research Network Oct 28
New research network brings fresh energy to fight against ME | Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry
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Action CIND Oct 13
Replying to @ElectionsCan_E
Please vote on Oct 21st. Also ask your candidates what they will do to support ME, FM, MCS/ES and CFS.
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Julie Rehmeyer Oct 11
Too few doctors know this. Nor do they know that any rash may be difficult to see on darker-skinned people.
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Open Medicine Foundation Oct 12
Dr. Mike Snyder, Chair of Genetics at Stanford University, presents “Big Data, Wearables, and Health” at The 3rd Annual Community Symposium on the Molecular Basis of ME/CFS . Watch now:
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Hillary Johnson Oct 12
You're clearly unimpressed by science of ME. Have you pondered the cost to the nation's productivity, its cultural/intellectual life, its ability to raise children, when a globally disabling disease predominantly afflicting women goes from unknown to several million?
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Cort Johnson Oct 11
Norwegian 2-Day Exercise Study Adds Crucial Factor to Exercise Intolerance Findings
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Open Medicine Foundation Oct 12
For your calendar: The Trans-NIH ME/CFS Working Group will be holding a webinar on October 17, 2019, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm ET to give updates on NIH’s efforts to advance research on ME/CFS. Join the webinar here:
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