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  • CDC reassigns controversial head of chronic fatigue research

    CDC reassigns controversial head of chronic fatigue research
    February 5, 2010 --

    The Atlanta-based CDC has reassigned its chief researcher into chronic fatigue syndrome, a longtime target of patient advocacy groups around the country. Outside researchers last fall reported a strong correlation between chronic fatigue syndrome and a retrovirus related to HIV. The CDC’s research, led by Dr. William C. Reeves, had no role in that study, and Reeves was dismissive of its findings.

    Feb. 5

    February 5, 2010 --

    E-mails show Oxendine had ‘personal interest’ in probe UGA’s Adams defends Evans pay hike Clayton school board member loses 2nd bid to stop his ouster Judge grants restraining order against Dougherty school board

    Damon Evans, UGA athletic director: $550,000

    February 5, 2010 --

    UGA President Michael Adams on Thursday defended a $90,000-a-year raise awarded to athletic director Damon Evans. With automatic annual raises and a retention bonus, Evans could earn $3.2 million under the five-year deal.