New UNR center raises hopes for CFS patients
By Lenita Powers • firstname.lastname@example.org • February 5, 2009
Programmato per aprire nel 2010
$ 86 milioni per il Centro di Medicina Molecolare
per espandere la capacità di ricerca universitaria in cancro e altre malattie Whittemore Peterson Institute, offre speranza in forma di sperimentazione clinica e il trattamento per le persone che soffrono di malattie come la sindrome d'affaticamento cronico , la fibromialgia e atipici forme di sclerosi multipla.
The $86 million Center for Molecular Medicine will expand the university's research capabilities into cancer and other diseases and house the headquarters of the Whittemore Peterson Institute, which offers hope in the form of clinical trials and treatment for people who suffer from such diseases as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, fibromyalgia and atypical multiple sclerosis.
…The Whittemores -- whose 31-year-old daughter, Andrea, has suffered from CFS since she was 12 -- donated $5 million to help build the Center for Molecular Medicine
.. Those who suffer from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome can sign up for a daylong patients' meeting March 12 to discuss new treatments and other issues as part of the International Association for CFS and Myalgic Encephalomyelitis Conference March 12-15 at the Peppermill in Reno
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