Mt Sinai PEM Study Now Recruiting

WHO: Dr. Benjamin Natelson at the Mount Sinai Hospital (New York)

WHAT: The Pain and Fatigue Study Center at Mount Sinai is looking to examine why post activity fatigue (Post-exertional malaise) occurs in patients with ME/CFS and at what level. We are looking for patients that are between the ages of 25-60 and BMI of 30 and below.

In order to confirm your eligibility, we will complete a brief phone intake.

WHEN: The study will run for two years or until we reach our target number of participants.

WHERE: The Mount Sinai Hospital: One Gustave L. Levy Place, New York, NY 10029. Reimbursement for time and travel will be available.

HOW: If you are interested in possibly participating in this study, please call us at 212-844-6665 or email us at [email protected].

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