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Our 4-Part Investigation of ME/CFS With Emmy Award-Winning Reporter Amanda Ramirez

The series began on May 12, 2014 and aired each evening last week on Atlanta's Univision-34. It features interviews with the CDC's Elizabeth Unger, interviews with Ryan Prior and Nicole Castillo, and extensive pre-release footage from our upcoming film Forgotten Plague.

We have had extensive engagement with English-speakers from the U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa. This 4-part investigative series is an crucial chance to get this story and this disease in front of a Spanish-speaking audience for the first time!

Part 1 of the series introduces the question, "What is chronic fatigue syndrome?"
Part 2 frames the story as "AIDS without HIV" and investigates the question of how and why people develop the disease.
Part 3 features an in-depth interview with the CDC's Dr. Elizabeth Unger, director of the Agency's CFS research program.
Part 4 focuses on the the Blue Ribbon Foundation's current efforts to produce the film Forgotten Plague and to pioneer neuro-immune education efforts for medical students.
Investigative reporter Amanda Ramirez has garnered no less than 4 regional Emmy Awards for her courageous journalism. She has also been awarded fellowships from the New York Times Institute and the Carter Center. If you would like to contact her about this story or encourage her to continue reporting on this topic, please click here to visit her fan page.
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