by Jennifer Brea
You are speaking out for those of us too sick to do so. THANK YOU! Just Go, Go, Go -- you have so many ME/CFS patients behind you!
Well done, you deserve that reward. Cheers from Belgium!
Congratulations, Jennifer! As a PWC (Person with CFIDS) for more than 24 years now, who has tried to promote our cause in my own small ways, I thank you from the bottom of my heart, and from the warm covers of my bed! xo
Brilliance should never be embarrassed. You and your crew deserve this recognition. I will anxiously and gladly await the launch of the new project: building bridges can be vital in promoting better health for all of us!
Congratulations Jennifer! You are such an inspiration! I really want to advocate for Xyrem and Xyrem studies for CFS/ME but I have no idea how to get started. I have seen countless people get at least 40% better on it but there are even more people who are denied for this medication by their insurance company because it has only been approved for narcolepsy. I was once bedridden but no longer am due to Xyrem. It could be taken away from me at anytime and I would once again be bedridden. I don't want to take away from your miraculous work which I'm so excited about! I just thought you or other members might have suggestions on how I might advocate on our behalf with this medication! Thanks for everything! Hugs!
Congratulations! The award is well deserved.
Congratulations, Jennifer! You certainly deserve this award. 'Canary in a Coal Mine' is giving me hope for progress with M.E. Thank you for all your work.
hi Jennifer - Congratulations. Since I am a similar sufferer of mysterious long-time cfs symptoms - I was looking forward to talk with Howard Bloom to learn his own 'cure' protocol.
This was his promised reward at the pledge level I contributed and I have never heard any follow through on this. Please advise... thanks, Earl Davis
Wow this is fantastic! So exciting