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ME/CFS and related chronic complex diseases

Deep Dive Into The Science On ME

Sun Current: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome An Up-and-Down Battle for Edina High Alum

Author Andrew Wig Some parents of 20-somethings yearn for the day when their children finally leave the nest. Lianne Beyerl just yearns for a cure for a mysterious condition that leaves its victims homebound and exhausted. Beyerl’s search for answers began six years ago when her son, Jeff Beyerl, was a senior at Edina High…

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The first Community Symposium on the Molecular Basis of ME/CFS

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Molecular Underpinnings of ME/CFS Explored at the Open Medicine Foundation Symposium

By Cort Johnson “This is not a disease that can be solved by one person. It needs a community, and lots of expertise. I will work with anybody to do this.” Ron Davis The Working Group was impressive. Davis had Bob Naviaux to his left and Maureen Hanson next to him and Nobel Prize winner Mario…

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Community Coming Together in Honor of Tom

OMF Volunteer Ambassador, Elizabeth Hillis, is continually looking for ways to raise awareness and fundraise to support OMF’s research. Elizabeth is a long-time friend of Mark and Dottie Camenzind and has watched their son, Tom, grow up alongside her own children. Elizabeth is steadfast in her commitment to help Tom and all patients around the world….

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Planting Seeds for Hope

Clare Stiles (UK) used something she loves as a way to support OMF. Clare planted seeds to grow flowers and vegetable plants in her garden. She then held a plant sale. She invited her friends and family to donate their young plants too. From her garden raising plants, she is also raising hope around the world. Clare’s plant sale raised…

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Deep Dive Into The Science On ME

By Adrianne Tillman Leading scientists presented their research on ME/CFS at the day-long Community Symposium on the Molecular Basis of ME/CFS* at Stanford on Aug. 12. The researchers spoke at length about the complicated biological processes involved, their study results and the limitations of their conclusions presented thus far. The amount of science on ME/CFS presented was…

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