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Quarterly Journal

Fibromyalgia Network publishes an ad-free, Member-supported Journal on fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome that is delivered to your door on a quarterly basis in the months of January, April, July, and October. Each 20-page issue of the Fibromyalgia Network Journal is written from a patient's-perspective and contains the following:

We ferret out useful information from physicians, researchers, medical journals, and scientific symposiums to provide you with ideas for learning how to successfully live with fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue syndrome. We also offer Members scientific abstracts to provide a strong objective basis for discussing new therapies with your healthcare providers. For less than the price of one doctor's office co-pay ($28/year), you can keep experienced physicians and researchers from around the world in your treatment loop all year long.

Join today, and you will begin your Membership with the current issue outlined below.

Here are a few topics in the current issue of the Fibromyalgia Network Journal that you don't want to miss:

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