CureME research news email service launches

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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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