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The ME/CFS Biomarker Rollercoaster

Biomarkers are a holy grail for ME/CFS because they have the potential to help diagnose disease, track disease progression or ...

Calcium channel ion defects: research from Australia’s Griffith Uni.

Researchers from Queensland’s Griffith University recently identified a dysfunctional cell receptor in the immune system of people with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). Fifteen ...

SF Bay Area: Get Stanford Some Healthy Controls!

If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area, or know any others who do, please consider asking them to ...

NIH answers questions about research centers for ME

Want to know more about the research centers and data center being planned for ME/CFS by the National Institute of ...

Drastic changes to Ampligen clinical trial hurts ME patients – sign the petition to fight it

Patients in the Ampligen clinical trial are bearing the brunt of drastic changes Hemispherx has implemented that will force many ...

Funding for U.S. research centers falls way short

Government funding for research centers and a data management center for ME/CFS has been made public, and the amount of ...

Dimmock, Mirin & Jason: Estimating disease-burden in the US

Yesterday, Mary Dimmock, Arthur Mirin and Leonard Jason published a hallmark study in disease burden in myalgic encephalomyelitis. Why is funding ...

Dr. Nahle’s Webinar Provides Overview of Current Research

The Solve ME/CFS Initiative (SMCI) hosted a webinar December 15 in which Zaher Nahle, PhD, MPA, summarized research in which ...

Canada: Find CIHR qualified grant reviewers!

When a grant proposal is submitted, a panel of experts will examine it for merit before making a final decision.  ...

Recent Tryptase Study Yields Potential ME/CFS Insight

The Solve ME/CFS Initiative (SMCI) recently highlighted a paper published online on October 17, 2016 in Nature Genetics, one of ...

 

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