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Category:Resource:Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Abbrev CFS  +
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Definition THIS RESOURCE IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE, doc THIS RESOURCE IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE, documented on July 16, 2013. This website endeavors to provide information on the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Working Group (CFSWG) and its programs that is helpful to researchers, health care providers, people with CFS and their families, and the general public. <br /> :The mission of the Trans-NIH Working Group for Research on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is to:<br /> :* Stimulate and support research on CFS within the context of the missions of all Institutes, Centers and Offices.<br /> :* Collaborate and coordinate the research agendas of all Institutes, Centers and Offices to issue on a regular basis joint Program Announcements or theme related Request for Applications to further interdisciplinary research in CFS.<br /> :* Present new knowledge to and facilitate novel theoretical approaches to CFS among NIH scientists.<br /> :* Plan and sponsor scientific symposia to foster awareness, provoke new scientific interest, and generate interdisciplinary collaboration on CFS among both the NIH and Academic medical community.<br /> nd Academic medical community.<br />
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Has role Topical portal +
Id nif-0000-00545  +
Is part of National Institutes of Health +
Label Resource:Chronic Fatigue Syndrome  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 21 March 2015 02:29:46  +
ModifiedDate 21 March 2015  +
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SuperCategory Resource  +
Synonym Chronic Fatigue Syndrome  +
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