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Phoenix Rising: 2006 Year in Review

Saturday 22 December 2007

CFS Phoenix Phoenix Rising is an informative newsletter put out monthly by American CFS suffererCort Johnsonon his website CFS Phoenix.

You can subscribe to the newsletter as well as download each issue.

The latest offering from Phoenix Rising is a special edition entitled ME/CFS Research 2006: The Year in Review. Cort has dubbed 2006 as “the year of innovation”.

Phoenix Rising: 2006 Year in Review (external link)

Here is Cort’s introduction:

Phoenix Rising: 2006 Year in Review

This is coming out a bit late (!) but I encourage you to take a look back at 2006.

2006, “The Year of Innovation”, was an extraordinarily interesting year in ME/CFS research as researchers again and again applied cutting edge technology in their efforts to understand ME/CFS.These efforts resulted important breakthroughs in gene expression, heredity, brain research, the search for a biomarker and more. 2006 also produced the most clear cut winner in the Research Group of the Year yet – perhaps a surprise for many. Check it out – it gives one hope regarding the progress is being made.

You can find the Phoenix Rising Research Group of the Year at http://phoenix-cfs.org/RshGroupYear2006.htm.

The Research Paper of the Year and Top Ten Research Papers can be found at http://phoenix-cfs.org/YearInReview2006.htm.

Happy reading,

Cort

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