Day: March 2, 2018

The First Draft of the Common Data Elements for ME/CFS is Ready for Review

The first draft of the ME/CFS Common Data Elements (CDE) project is now available to review, conducted by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS). Read the first draft of the Common Data Elements for ME/CFS here. The purpose of the CDE Project is to standardize the collection of investigational data in order to facilitate

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Jackson Laboratory ME/CFS Center Starts Blog to Connect with Patients

The main goal of the JAX CRC project is to understand how the immune system, microbiome, and metabolome are connected and disrupted in ME/CFS, and to discover the biological basis of this chronic disease. We are hopeful that the knowledge gained from these studies will help to develop molecular markers for the diagnosis of ME/CFS, and the development of new treatments based on these new targets discovered.

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Activism 101: Educate Medical Providers about ME

Most doctors, nurses and other healthcare providers belong to a medical association in order to connect to a community of their peers. These medical associations typically send out regular magazines, newsletters and emails about the latest news and topics of interest to the medical field. A great way to begin to educate an entire community

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