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ME/CFS and related chronic complex diseases

Dr. Ronald W. Davis is optimistic at the 2017 Invest in ME Research Conference

Reunited With My Swedish Friends (OMF Sweden): June 19 & 20

On Monday June 19th, I arrived in Stockholm for the second part of my Swedish visit. I was welcomed by our friends at RME, Kerstin Heiling, Hendrik Fransson and Jenny Lundgren. They organized and hosted a talk with about 30 people, including many parents. At the event, I met Susanne Froroth, also from RME. I…

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RME Sweden Shares Blog Post on Worldwide Tour Visit

(Blog Post translated by Google Translate and shared with permission from the RME website.) Member meeting in Borås, part 1-Visit by Linda Tannenbaum from Open Medicine Foundation Camilla Gillberg, RME Sweden’s Secretary, reports from Member meeting held in Boras on Sunday, and also tells us when she met Linda Tannenbaum for the first time: For 3.5 years ago, in October…

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Forskningsradet: The Norwegian Research Council allocates 30 million kroner to four projects

Written by Geir Aas The Research Council allocates 30 million to four projects after more than 700 input from patients, relatives and therapists. University of Bergen will study disturbances in energy metabolism as a possible factor in the disease mechanism in hopes of better understanding the causes of CFS / ME. University of Oslo will…

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Reunited with My Swedish Friends (OMF Sweden): June 17-20

Traveling is an adventure. Yesterday after a flight and two trains, I arrived in Gothenburg 11 1/2 hours after I left my hotel in Bergen, Norway. I certainly saw some beautiful sights along the way (picture: view from the train)! Erik and Lena Nilsson kindly made all the arrangements for my visit. They picked me…

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The Strength of Support Groups – Reflections from the Tour

On my travels through Europe I am reminded of the incredible work done by national organizations and local support groups on so many levels, and how important these groups are for patients and parents in those countries. Most European countries have one or several big and smaller support groups, with members ranging from a few…

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Dr. Ronald W. Davis is optimistic at the 2017 Invest in ME Research Conference

Dr. Ron Davis, Director of the OMF Scientific Advisory Board and Director of the Stanford Genome Technology Center, conveys his excitement about the latest progress being made in ME/CFS research, especially towards discovering treatments. Speaking from the recent Invest in ME (IiME) conference in London, UK, Dr. Davis discusses how ME/CFS research is growing, enthusiastic, and…

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