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Dr Byron Hyde public lecture in Perth
Saturday 11 September 2010
Canadian ME/CFS specialist Dr Byron Hyde is presenting a public lecture in Perth today. The lecture is hosted by the ME/CFS Society of Western Australia.
For those who weren't able to attend, here are the details:
Saturday, September 11th, 2010
Dr Byron Hyde
Today, Nightingale's priorities are individual patient-based research with total body/brain investigation of ME and CFS patients as well as the development of a sophisticated database database to consolidate these findings for analysis and publication.
The uniqueness of his work is in its emphasis on total body mapping of all systems and organs so that he can understand the nature and complexity of the ME and CFS patients' illnesses. He is one of the few physicians worldwide whose practice has consisted solely of the investigation of ME and CFS patients since 1984.
Presented by ME/CFS Society of WA
"I want to talk about how I investigate ME and CFS patients, the difference between the two diagnoses, and what we have found when investigating these patients, plus I also wish to discuss some pretty amazing new finds that lie hidden under the diagnosis of Fibromyalgia.
Specifically, I will discuss the following:
You can download a PDF of the flyer for the lecture here:
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