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Get a tax break by donating before the end of the year! The end of the calendar year is often a time that individuals and companies choose to make donations to charities. Please consider making the New Jersey Chr cheap cialis online onic Fatigue Syndrome Association, Inc (NJCFSA) your choice recipient. NJCFSA is a 501(c)(3) […]

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Congratulations to the 2009 College Scholarship winner Alexandra Volper

The NJCFSA College Scholarship Committee is proud to announce that Alexandra Volper from Point Pleasant, N.J., is our 2009 scholarship winner. A buy cheap propecia online lexandra attends Point Pleasant Borough High School and is going to attend Ocean County College, Toms River, N.J. in the Fall. Read Alexandra’s winning essay and previous winning essays […]

NJCFSA Youth Center

NJCFSA Pediatric CFS Fact Sheet Read report: What NJCFSA has done for Children with CFS. The Pediatric Network The CFIDS Association of America has a link to their Youth Home page OFFER (Organization for Fatigue & Fibromyalgia Education & Research), has given us permission to post links to their website sharing two helpful resources for children/adolescents […]

BARBARA COMERFORD TESTIFIES BEFORE CFSAC

Barbara Comerford, former board member of NJCFSA and advisor on disability issues, was asked to testify on education accommodatio viagra prices ns for students with CFS at the October 28th meeting of the Federal Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Advisory Committee. Her testimony to the committee can be read here.

PEDIATRIC CASE DEFINITION PUBLISHED!

A new case definition from the International Association for CFS/ME has been published in the Journal of CFS. Dr. Leonard Jason, the lead author, has kindly granted NJCFSA permission to post it on our website. Click here to download and print a copy. An article discussing the new pediatric case definition and authored by NJCFSA Trustees […]

Brian's Story

Brian's Story 14 year old New Jersey boy (and NJCFSA member) Brian Bernard's struggles with CFS