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Health Rising: The Scientist, the Seahorse and the Nanoneedle – Catching Up with Ron Davis on ME/CFS

Conference Report: 12th Invest in ME Research International ME/CFS Conference

Dr. Rosamund Vallings attended the 12th Invest in ME Research International ME Conference 2017 on June 2nd. IIMEC12 was held in Westminster, London with attendees from 20 different countries. Please review a full account of conference proceedings as reported by Dr. Vallings in her IIMEC12 Conference Report. Be sure to click the link entitled “Click Here and…

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Inspiring visit from Linda Tannenbaum, from OMF in California, 24 – 26 May

Information provided by Celia Marshall, ME Support, Isle of Man We gave Linda a jammed packed programme of meetings with various people including the Minister Kate Beecroft (photo), presentations to Members of Tynwald (Isle of Man Parliament) a public meeting, informal meetings with members, and Manx Radio, all to raise awareness and move forward government plans to set…

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Hotels Near Stanford | Community Symposium on the Molecular Basis of ME/CFS

Creekside Inn – $103/night (estimated)  13 minute drive to symposium http://www.creekside-inn.com/#gref (650) 493-2411 3400 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA 94306 Crowne Plaza Palo Alto – $137/night (estimated)  15 minute drive to symposium https://www.ihg.com/crowneplaza/hotels/us/en/palo-alto/sfoca/hoteldetail?cm_mmc=GoogleMaps-_-CP-_-USA-_-SFOCA (650) 857-0787 4290 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA 94306 Dinah’s Garden Hotel – $139+/night (estimated)  13 minute drive to symposium http://www.dinahshotel.com/ (650)…

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Scientist Bios | Community Symposium on the Molecular Basis of ME/CFS

Speakers Ronald W. Davis, PhD Dr. Davis, Symposium Chair, is Professor of Biochemistry and Genetics at Stanford University School of Medicine, Director of the Stanford Genome Technology Center, Director of the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Research Center at Stanford University, and Director of the Open Medicine Foundation ME/CFS Scientific Advisory Board. Dr. Davis holds a PhD…

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Tour Impressions: “My heroes are not footballers or movie stars, but people like you and Ron”

It has been so heartwarming that everywhere I visit in Europe, people are so happy and appreciative to hear first-hand research updates. They are feeling a sense of real hope for a better future. One of the Isle of Man organizers contacted OMF saying, “My heroes are not footballers or movie stars but people like…

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Health Rising: The Scientist, the Seahorse and the Nanoneedle – Catching Up with Ron Davis on ME/CFS

by Cort Johnson The “Most Famous Scientist in the World” Visits Stanford – Lauds Davis’ End ME/CFS Project The “most famous scientist in the world” visited Ron Davis and his End ME/CFS group a couple of weeks ago and gave the project a thumbs up. James Watson and Francis Crick produced arguably the single most…

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