CureME research news email service launches

Swedish ME patient Kasper Ezelius has announced the launch of an email service called CureME that will allow subscribers to both post and receive news on ME/CFS.

 

Subscribers can choose to receive research news only, which is the main focus of the site. Registration is free.

 

The list replaces Co-cure, an ME/CS information exchange forum that has largely fallen into disuse since the death of it founder, ME/CFS patient Ray Colliton, in January. Mr Colliton had run the site on a voluntary basis for 21 years.

 

Mr Ezelius invites patients and researchers to sign up, use CureME’s content, and post stand-alone articles themselves.

 

He invites people interested in acting as moderators to contact him and hopes to have moderators in a range of time-zones for smooth operation of the service.

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