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Thursday, August 22, 2019

Canada's 1.4 million for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a big "Who Cares?"


Will Canada make a major announcement about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Ampligen today?





You are cordially invited to an important announcement regarding myalgic encephalomyelitis in the presence of the Honourable Ginette Petitpas Taylor, Minister of Health, and Ms. Rachel Bendayan, Member of Parliament for Outremont.


 Date :   Thursday, August 22, 2019
 Time :   2h00 p.m.
Place :  Amphitheater 125, first floor, block 11 
CHU Sainte-Justine
3175, chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine
Montreal (Quebec) H3T 1C5

The event will be available in live streaming at the following link : https://livestream.com/CHUSteJustine/events/8789125





There is some buzz about an Ampligen activist named Scott Simpson being flown in for the Canadian CFS press conference. 



Scott Simpson was mentioned in this 2018 press release:

Scott Simpson, an ME patient and advocate with Millions Missing Canada said, "With over 580,000 Canadians diagnosed with ME, and experiencing the highest rates of unmet health care needs according to Health Canada, access to Ampligen is our greatest hope for treatment. For over 3 decades there have been millions of dollars missing from ME research and treatment in Canada, now Canadians living with ME may have a treatment option through the Special Access Program and we are keen to collaborate with Hemispherx and myTomorrows to make that opportunity become a reality. We may get our health, and lives, back."


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