The Cambridge Lectures: Demystifying ME/CFS | 04 March 2020


Russell Fleming, Content Manager, ME Association.

Please note:
In light of the deteriorating Coronavirus situation here in the UK, the Cambridge Lectures will be postponed until further notice (13.03.20).

Dr Charles Shepherd, Hon. Medical Adviser to the ME Association, will be taking part in a series of lectures at the University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine on the 19th March, from 17:30-19:00.

The talks will focus on the title ‘Demystifying ME/CFS’ and will also feature Dr Nina Muirhead (NHS Dermatologist and ME/CFS Patient) and Caroline Kingdon, RN (ME Biobank Coordinator).

If you would like to let your own GP or health professional know about the event then you can download the flyer shown opposite and ask them to register using the link below.

The audience will comprise medical students and health professionals and will be the first of several we hope to take part in up and down the country.

To register attendance for this event – please use this link – which also includes a short survey for medical professionals to complete.

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