Online Resources — Fibrom-L

I men­tioned in the first pod­cast that I fol­low numer­ous online resources. As there’s no way I could list all of them in one post, I’ll just menion one at a time in case they’re inter­est­ing to oth­ers, too. I’ll col­lect the links here, so you can always go back to find them all togeth­er, or just check the posts in the cat­e­go­ry Resources.

Fibrom-L is the biggest and old­est of the email lists for FMS patients, as far as I know. In fact, it can be down­right over­whelm­ing, and I can­not per­son­al­ly seem to keep the rules about which sub­ject line to use when post­ing about what straight in my head. It is, how­ev­er, a good resource, if you can han­dle an extreme­ly high-vol­ume list. There are sev­er­al well-known health pro­fes­sion­als who par­tic­i­pate in the list and answer ques­tions, which gives mem­bers a mar­velous oppor­tu­ni­ty to ask ques­tions of experts on the fore­front of FM/CFS treat­ment.

While I could not find a web site for the list itself, the page linked above gives an excel­lent his­to­ry of the list, and you can find direc­tions for sub­scrib­ing and using the list here.

Namaste,
Cyn

May 14, 2006 · cyn · No Comments
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