Friday, September 22, 2006

Relax. I'm kidding (mostly):

I've been in pain all day, my legs are numb and I'm nauseous. The Centers for Disease Control announced in April that a treatment for CFIDS probably will be available within three to five years. This is the first time such an announcement has been made and it is good news indeed.

However, it would be nice if we could expedite things. Medical research is often conducted on morally innocent animals whose immune systems are similar, but not identical, to those of humans. So how about if said research was conducted on Holocaust deniers instead?

Get it?

Sometimes I do my best thinking when my lymph nodes feel like pincushions.


Grioghair said...

I read just the other day that there will be blood tests available for CFS in the near future. I have had the affliction since 1988, and have seen it go from 'all in the mind' to 'recognised'. It's good to see research going in the right direction at last.

Litsa Dremousis: said...

Best of luck to you, G.