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CDC's Faces of CFS Exhibit at Mayfair Mall

May 14, 2009

An exhibit, jointly sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunction Association of America, is on display at Mayfair Mall May 11-17. The exhibit fetaures the faces and the personal stories of a group of people whose lives have been affected by Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. First identified in the mid 1980s, CFS remains a poorly understood yet devastating illness. The exhibit aims to raise public awareness of CFS and to remove some of the stigma associated with the illness by sharing the faces and stories of people who are living with CFS. The exhibit is in the central court area, near the elevators. Please stop by when you're at the mall this week, read the stories, and take a brochure.


For local information on CFS, visit the Wisconsin CFS Association at


The CAA Website is


Contact Froedtert Hospital's Small Stones at 262-797-2485 for information about a CFS support goup

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