Enrolling: Cornell Exercise Testing Study

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Who:

Cornell Center for Enervating Neuroimmune Disease


What:

The Center is collecting information from both ME patients and sedentary controls.

  1. You will first have a quick phone call to determine eligibility.
  2. If eligible, you will meet with a doctor (theirs or yours) to be examined or for blood and urine tests.
  3. Then you will complete questionnaires.
  4. Finally, you will do a two-day CPET (two exercise tests separated by 24 hrs), with blood collection before and after the test.
  5. 10 days before and 10 days after, you will wear a wrist-watch device (presumably a FitBit or similar) to monitor your vitals.

How to participate:

To participate at the Ithaca, NY location contact Betsy Keller at 607-274-7948 or [email protected]
To participate at the Torrance, CA location contact Jared Stevens: 209-599-7194 or [email protected]


When:

Ongoing


Additional information:

The recruitment flyer can be found here.


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