Margaret Parlor B.A. LL.B. joins the ICanCME Research Network as president of the National ME/FM Action Network, a patient-based Canadian charity that has been working on behalf of Canadians with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis and Fibromyalgia since 1993. Among other accomplishments, this organization spearheaded the development of diagnostic and treatment protocols for ME and for Fibromyalgia and hosted an international research and clinical conference. The organization has been recognized in the Canadian House of Commons and Senate. Ms. Parlor has been involved in writing a sourcebook for teachers of students with ME or FM, a guide for applying for CPP-Disability benefits, statistical reports on ME and FM in Canada, and quarterly newsletters. She has made presentations at conferences on statistics and on patient needs and has met with numerous federal officials. Ms. Parlor is a retired public service manager who worked at the municipal and federal levels. Her career focused on data and policy analysis. Her family has been affected by ME and FM.



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