Donna Pearson

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Donna M. Pearson is a patient advocate from Holland, Massachusetts. She became ill with myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) in 2003 following a flu, that in her words, "was far worse than anything I had ever experienced." Prior to becoming ill she worked as the Vice President for a real estate syndication firm, established her own management company, raised a family, and led a full and active life.[1]

Massachusetts CFIDS/ME & FM Association[edit | edit source]

Pearson is an officer of the Massachusetts CFIDS/ME & FM Association, a large and respected patient advocacy group.[2]

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Advisory Committee[edit | edit source]

Pearson serves as a voting member of the HHS's Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Advisory Committee (CFSAC) for the term: 06/16/14 to 06/16/18 and chairs the IOM/P2P Working Group for CFSAC.[3]

Questions to NIH during Advocacy Call[edit | edit source]

Talks & Interviews[edit | edit source]

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