David Tuller and Julie Rehmeyer have published an article in the New York Times about ME and the PACE trial.
This is the season of giving. Tuesday is National Day of Giving!
Be a part of #GivingTuesday – DONATE to NJME/CFSA!
NJ/MECFSA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
DONATE at http://www.njcfsa.org/donate/
If you prefer there is also https://www.gofundme.com/ArpitaSheth-MyME (funds also go directly to the organization
The 2016 Scholarships have been posted. Click on the “Scholarships” tab above. The Medical Scholarship winner and runner-up essays are at that site.
See a research candidate request from Leonard Jason
Click on the Research Opportunities tab at the top of this page.
Dr. Nancy Klimas’ ME/CFS Gene Study at Nova Southeast University is still seeking patient and healthy volunteers. If you are interested, you can send a message to Helpdesk@njmecfsa.org and we will forward it to the study. More information can be found at https://sharkmedia.nova.edu/m…/ME+CFS+Genes+Study/1_06vh90p0
This is a chance for both patients and healthy volunteers to participate.
Read about the encouraging results at:
You may also RSVP and follow updates here: https://www.facebook.com/
#MillionsMissing is dedicated to the millions of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (also known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) patients missing from their careers, schools, social lives and families due to the debilitating symptoms of the disease. At the same time, millions of dollars are missing from research and clinical education funding that ME should be receiving. And millions of medical providers are missing out on the proper training to diagnosis and help patients manage this illness.
You may also RSVP here: https://my.meaction.net/