Theresa Clark and Lyn Wilson will be joining the NCNED researchers on May 12th to celebrate International ME/CFS/FM Awareness Day. Theresa and Lyn will be given the chance to see firsthand the research that is being done at Griffith University and meet all the researchers working so hard to help sufferers of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Both the NCNED and the ME/CFS/FM Support Association Qld Inc.., have worked in collaboration to have the Story Bridge turned blue on the 15th May. The National Centre for Neuroimmunology at Griffith University (Gold Coast campus) will also be turned blue for Awareness Week.
Natasha Testi-Fraser has again this year arranged for the bridges, fountains and buildings to be turned blue for Awareness Week
•Kurilpa Bridge (Brisbane)– lighting up 11-12 May and 14-16 May 2017
•Strand Fountain (end of Oxley St, Townsville) – booking from the 12th of May 2017 for 7 days
•Logan City Council Administrative Building – May 12th 2017
•Logan Entertainment Centre – May 11th 2017
•Victoria Bridge (Brisbane) – blue and purple on May 15th 2017
•Story Bridge (Brisbane) – blue and purple on May 15th 2017
Natasha is still waiting to hear back from Mackay and Rockhampton.
The paperwork has gone in for the Toowoomba City council but still waiting to hear back.