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Research Opportunity

See a research candidate request from Leonard Jason Click on the Research Opportunities tab at the top of this page.  

Missing Millions – Part 2

Calling all ME patients, allies, family, friends, caregivers, medical providers and researchers: Let’s join together to make this invisible illness visible! Please join us in Morristown, NJ for two hours on September 27th (location TBD). #MillionsMissing and www.njmecfsa.org is dedicated to the millions of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (also known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) patients missing from […]

Trustee Kenneth Friedman, PHD participated in ME/CFS Awareness Day Panel

ImmuneDysfunction.org celebrated ME/CFS Awareness Day in the U.S. (May 12th, 2016) by holding a live television panel discussion concerning ME/CFS and Lyme disease on CCTV in Burlington, VT. I was honored to be included in the panel which consisted of physicians, an ME/CFS research and a VT State Senator; all of whom informed the audience […]

Medscape posting of 12/03/2015

Medscape published today -” The Year in Medicine 2015: News That Made a Difference.: ME/CFS and the IoM report made the list. See #5 http://www.medscape.com/features/slideshow/public/year-in-medicine2015?src=wnl_edit_tpal&uac=36722FV

ME/CFS Genes Study

Dr. Nancy Klimas is embarking on a Gene Study of ME/CFS. Please see the following link for information about the study. http://www.nova.edu/nim/research/mecfs-genes.html

Art Contest – for new International Pediatric Primer

Severely ill Info

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Crisis Contact Info

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Governor Proclaims May ME/CFS Awareness Month

Peds Epidemiology-UK

Peds epidemiology -UK- Medscape 2014-02-06