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Enrolling: Naviaux Lab Metabolomics Study

Who: Looking for adult women with ME, Lyme’s Disease (post-treatment), or healthy controls that are currently living in Southern California or live within two hours of San Diego. Note that you will need to avoid food for three hours prior to your blood draw.

What: Participants for the new Naviaux Lab Metabolomics Study are needed! Participants will be first in line to participate in the Suramin drug trials next year.

 

When: This study begins in August! Participants will be asked to return to the lab for weekly for blood drawings. The study will last for four consecutive weeks.

 

Where: San Diego, California.

 

How to participate: Email or call Rachel at [email protected] / 619.884.8021 to participate.

Categories: Enrolling studies, Research, Science

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3 comments on “Enrolling: Naviaux Lab Metabolomics Study
  1. Charma says:

    I just found your site because I am having a difficult time getting and keeping caregivers that can understand how to help me and that will do the tasks that the County has approved for me. I look “fine”, but I do not feel fine! Some times I can do things, then I am down to lick my wounds. I need a simple caregiver informational brochure that spells out how to help me with the physical things I suffer when I attempt to “be normal”. It’s so frustating for both of us and I am too tired to keep explaining what is happening with me. The less I stand, sit or lay, the better off I am! Yet, I can’t stand, sit or stand for any length of time either! I want to donate my body when I am done with it to an organization that will use it to study ME-CFS/FIBROMYALGIA. Do you know anyone interested in this type of “donation” to help sort out and solve this horrendously debilitating “syndrome”? Contact me at [email protected] if you want.

    1. Adriane Tillman says:

      Hi Charma,

      We do have this guide to caretaking for people with ME, if you want to share it with your caregivers: 

      https://y9ukb3xpraw1vtswp2e7ia6u-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/Caregivers-Guide-to-ME-1.pdf

  2. Charma says:

    Thank you for sharing this informative brochure for caregivers. When I feel up to showering and going to the library, I will print it out and make copies.

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