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ME/CFS and related chronic complex diseases


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2 Nobel Laureates & 5 National Academy of Sciences Members

Our Scientific Advisory Board working to end ME/CFS

THE
END ME/CFS
PROJECT
ME/CFS
COLLABORATIVE
RESEARCH CENTER
AT STANFORD UNIVERSITY
funded by OMF
ME/CFS
COLLABORATIVE
RESEARCH ACTIVITIES AT
MGH AND THE HARVARD AFFILIATED HOSPITALS
funded by OMF
ME/CFS
COLLABORATIVE
RESEARCH CENTER
AT UPPSALA UNIVERSITY
funded by OMF

OVER $18 MILLION RAISED FOR RESEARCH SINCE 2012

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Open Medicine Foundation's (OMF) Big Bold Vision is to create a world where people with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) and other similar chronic, complex diseases return to leading full lives.

Our mission is to cure these diseases and provide the over 20 million people around the world living with them, the opportunity to live full, productive lives.

Our focus is to understand the mechanisms of these diseases, to identify an efficient diagnostic test and biomarker, effective treatments, and personalized high-quality care.

Our goal is to raise enough funds to achieve this mission, at least $50 million per year.

ME/CFS is a global health crisis and our message of hope is universal.

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RESEARCH NEWS: OMF-funded Research Publication in PNAS - A nanoelectronics-blood-based diagnostic biomarker for ME/CFS. View a video update of the nanoneedle research from Dr. Davis and read news.

The ME Show with Guest Linda Tannenbaum, OMF Founder & CEO/President

Gary Burgess, UK reporter, interviewed Linda Tannenbaum, OMF Founder & CEO/President, for his podcast, The ME Show.

Hear Linda talk about the history of OMF and our research focus as she shares a message of HOPE for all.

Listen to The ME Show episode featuring Linda Tannenbaum on iTunes here.

If you don't have iTunes, you can listen here.

This podcast is supported by the ME Association UK.

Linda Tannenbaum explains What is ME/CFS.

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