Open Medicine Foundation®
Leading research. Delivering hope.
ME/CFS and related chronic complex diseases

Three Nobel Laureates, Six National Academy of Sciences Members

World-renowned researchers 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 CENTER
AT HARVARD UNIVERSITY
funded by OMF

OVER $18 MILLION RAISED FOR RESEARCH SINCE 2012

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Our goal at Open Medicine Foundation (OMF) is to fundraise and facilitate open collaborative and groundbreaking research into chronic complex diseases to find a simple way to diagnose these diseases, identify effective treatments, and ultimately, find a cure for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) and diseases with overlapping symptoms, such as chronic Lyme and Fibromyalgia.

Led by our esteemed ME/CFS Scientific Advisory Board, we’re now focused on the End ME/CFS Project, designed to find biomarkers and effective treatments for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS). These findings should also provide insights into related diseases, such as fibromyalgia and chronic Lyme disease. Learn about our current study.

ME/CFS is a global crisis. We communicate with patients in over 100 countries. We proudly share translations of our news and newsletters to inform our global OMF family and share our message of hope internationally.

RESEARCH NEWS: OMF-funded Research in Red Blood Cell Deformability May Lead to Potential Biomarker for ME/CFS. Read Dr. Davis's summary and the publication in Clinical Hemorheology and Microcirculation.

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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