- It will likely be presenting pro-forma alternative medicine views on the microbiome — which is good, but likely not specific for CFS. Example, Lactobacillus is good for healthy individuals, not good for CFS patients suffering from D-Lactic acidosis.
- What I found checking a few speakers does not give me confidence on it being breakthrough or even well research.
- None of the speakers are “CFS practitioners”
- Unlike most conferences — there appears to be no questions/answers periods.
Gut feeling is that well it may be entertaining to watch, it will lack any specific (valid/researched) suggestions for CFS and may well advocate somethings that may be harmful for the unique microbiome dysfunction seen in CFS.
I may be wrong. Since they provide all of the content as PDFs — if you see something that is specific to CFS — feel free to forward to me for comment and review.