Important Webcast – February 5th

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I have been seeing information regarding a important Webcast, so I checked The National Fibromyalgia Association’s Facebook page and was able to find a bit of information to pass along, in case anyone is interested.

The National Fibromyalgia Association posted the following on their Facebook Page:

"Please join the NFA staff, leadership and many of your colleagues in listening to an important Webcast about how we can work together to help improve the lives of people affected by fibromyalgia. The WEBCAST is on February 5 from 12:30 pm – 1:45 pm CST and is streaming live from the American Academy of Pain Medicine Annual Meeting."

To visit their Facebook Page, please click on the following link:


To access this Webcast, please click on the following link to get to The FibroCallaborative Roadmap for Change: A Call to Action for Fibromyalgia

The site indicated that you may be entered up to one hour early.

You can also test your connection prior to the Webcast by clicking:


Unfortunately, I have absolutely no knowledge about the technicalities of joining a Webcast, and am not able to enlighten you on how it works…lol 



However, perhaps a reader with more experience in this area would be willing to guide us!?!?!

I hope everyone is having a great day!!!



~ Gentle Hugs

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One Response to Important Webcast – February 5th

  1. Anonymous says:

    Thanks hon!! I missed that on Facebook today!! I should probably let my readers know too!!!
    Between writing mine, and reading yours… I don’t have ANY time to do anything else these days!!
    Oh and I WANT A NEWSLETTER!!!!!
    Love you!

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