Manual in Negotiation to be Printed in Japan
need for a CFIDS guideline for primary care physicians is not limited
to our community.
The following correspondence from Taichi Abe, of Co-Cure-Japan responds
to Dr. Friedman about the non-profit status and the difficulties of
translation . Note how great the need for the manual in the hightlighted
sentence. We are far from alone.
First of all, I would like to cordially appreciate your help.
About the two issues:
As the activity of Co-Cure-Japan is purely non-profit, there is no problem
to address that no-profit be made. But the first one is more difficult
I have been looking for medical doctors who can help us, and have e-mailed
several doctors I know. Recently I have had a good response from one
them. But we may have to ask more help from other doctors because it
difficult to peruse the translated-manual alone.
The situation, which CFS/ME/FMS patients are struggling with,
severe in Japan. I hope that the manual can help these patients through
providing comprehensive knowledge of the illness. Therefore,
I will pay any
effort for the license agreement of the manual.
Thank you very much again for your kind help.