On April 16, 2011, Dr. David S. Bell was the keynote speaker at the Massachusetts CFIDS/ME & FM Association’s (MassCFIDS) continuing-education lecture series. The event was co-sponsored by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health at the Hinton State Laboratory Institute Auditorium. Dr. Bell, a retired pediatrician from upstate New York with intense curiosity, set out to find answers as to what made his young patients so ill during the cluster outbreak in the late 1980’s. Along the way, he became one of the world’s leading researchers on CFIDS/ME and one of only a handful of physicians who have been able to closely follow his patient population for decades. Dr. Bell has authored many research articles as well as leading books on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.  View the full article.