CAA researchers discuss latest ME/CFS research on radio show

The CFIDS Association of America (CAA)  was founded in Charlotte, North Carolina in 1987 by Marc Iverson who became abruptly ill with ME/CFS in 1979. Research to discover possible causes and treatments for ME/CFS has been a priority for the CAA.

“Charlotte Talks” is a daily signature talk show hosted by Mike Collins. It’s an NPR news source in Charlotte, NC, and a leading public radio station in the U.S.

On March 1, 2012, Mike Collins talked to CAA President and CEO, Kimberly McClearly, and Scientific Director, Dr. Suzanne Vernon, about where the research stands today.

To listen to the radio interview click here.

For the CAA’s most current information and research click here .

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