Enrolling: Bateman-Horne Center Biomarker Study

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Who: Lucinda BatemanBateman-Horne
What: Participants will:

  • Receive a comprehensive clinical evaluation
  • Answer questionnaires
  • Provide blood samples
  • Commit to a yearly visit to Bateman-Horne in Salt Lake City, Utah (3-5 years, e.g.)

Information will be shared with multiple research groups searching for biomarkers for FM and ME/CFS.

How to participate: Click here to start the research eligibility form. (If this does not work, click on the link under ‘additional information’).
 
When: Ongoing
 
Where:  Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
 
Additional information:  Click here to see all of Bateman-Horne’s recruiting studies.
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1 thought on “Enrolling: Bateman-Horne Center Biomarker Study”

  1. Susan Richardson-James

    Good afternoon
    I would love to be able to contribute to research (apart from financially as I am unfit to work at this time).
    Would you know of anywhere in the UK that are running trials at the moment.
    My case is quite complex and may be of interest to researchers.
    Many thanks
    Susan

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