Bateman Horne Center launches the #SockItToMECFS Challenge. Wear your wildest and wackiest socks to raise awareness and funds for advancing ME/CFS diagnosis and care. Challenge your friends to do the same.
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Lucinda Bateman, MD, BHC Founder and Medical Director, is engaged in thought leadership discussions on ME/CFS and FM across the globe, traveling to several conferences in Oct. At this meeting she will will recap the information, insights, progress and promise.
Bateman Horne Center has moved into a new, larger facility; plans to expand staff to accommodate increasing numbers of patients, will increase research enrollment, and is expanding patient and provider education efforts.
Wednesday, August 3rd, 7pm Mountain – Free Livestream. Lucinda Bateman MD, Founder and Chief Medical Officer of the Bateman Horne Center, will present methods used at the BHC to partner with patients and help them achieve the best possible function and symptom reduction.
Patient Voice – a special place online for members of our community to share their stories, art poetry, photography and music. We highlight the strength, joy, humor and beauty that can be found in a life changed by ME/CFS. Our goal is to lift your voice a little higher and help your story be heard loud and clear. Topic for June/July : “Tell us about a time when someone showed you unexpected kindness and it had a positive impact on you as you manage your chronic illness” Make Your Submission!
A collection of publications, videos, posts and links to other online resources helpful to those living with ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia.
The Bateman Horne Center (BHC) – uniquely positioned to create collaborations between amazing, well-qualified patients and stellar research partners – has an urgent need to increase capacity in order to see patients and grow the research program. Investigators are seeking access to our patient population more and more, yet due to physical and personnel capacity restrictions, too many patients are on waiting list, medical assistants and research associates are doubled up in offices; there is no more room for the equipment needed to expand our research efforts. We have secured a new, larger facility but require the funding needed to expand our critical work. Every gift, of any size, is an investment in real progress.