Donate to the Bateman Horne Center Capacity Campaign – Wings to Fly!

Wings-FBArt.jpgOur Destination: We want to bring ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia into the mainstream, ensuring ready diagnosis, effective treatments, and wide reaching empathy and understanding.

Our Pathway: Biomarkers will improve diagnosis and treatment and put us on the pathway to a cure. Biomarkers are a critical first step and their discovery will dramatically increase the rate of progress overall. 
The Bateman Horne Center is a unique example of an independent non-profit integrative health center where medical care informs research, and research informs medical care; we are uniquely positioned to create collaborations between amazing, well-qualified patients and stellar research partners – an important component to progress. We have an urgent need to increase our capacity to see patients and grow our research program.
As exciting and innovative research takes flight, investigators are seeking access to our Research Ready Army more and more. Yet due to physical and personnel capacity restrictions, too many patients are on waiting list and even more turned away. Medical assistants and research associates are doubled up in offices; there is no more room for the equipment needed to expand our research efforts.
We have secured a new, larger facility but require the funding needed to expand our critical work. Every gift, of any size, is an investment in:

  • allowing us to see more patients and give life-altering support and care
  • enrolling more patients and healthy controls in the expanding pool of cutting edge, innovative research – especially those efforts targeting critical biomarker discovery
  • expanded educational efforts for both patients and medical providers

Learn more about the Bateman Horne Center here.
You can give BHC wings to fly and fund real progress. Your monthly donation or one-time gift is an investment in help and hope to millions in dire need. Please donate today!
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