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Newsletter October 2020

Join our Mission to End ME / CFS: Your Digital Fundraising Toolkit is Here! Passionate about our mission to end ME / CFS? Join us in our fight to fast-track critical research into Myalgic Encephalomyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME / CFS) by starting your own digital fundraiser! Open Medicine Foundation (OMF) is excited to announce that we

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Newsletter – August 2020

OMF’s ME / CFS and COVID-19 Research Project Brought into National Focus Open Medicine Foundations’ ME / CFS and COVID-19 research project was brought into national focus at a recent, federally-sponsored meeting of the first-ever virtual Interagency ME / CFS Working Group Meeting. This first meeting of the new Working Group focused on ME / CFS and those

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You Inspire Us!

Riding to Raise Awareness: A Sister’s Fight to End ME / CFS Biking from coast to coast of any country is a significant journey. Although the stunning backdrop of Sweden’s coastline may be enough to inspire the ride, the motive for Swedish OMF supporter Olivia goes much deeper; Olivia’s sister Clara has

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March 2020 Newsletter

OMF 2019 YEAR IN REVIEW We realize that you take your philanthropy seriously, and we are honored by your belief in our mission and our efforts to end Myalgic Encephalomyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME / CFS). The accomplishments contained in the following, OMF 2019 Year in Review, are only possible because of you;

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November Newsletter

HARVARD-AFFILIATED HOSPITALS EXAMINE ME / CFS PATIENT CARE Ronald G. Tompkins, MD, ScD, co-director of the OMF-funded Harvard ME / CFS Collaboration, and collaborative team member, Amel Karaa, MD, are diving into the current state of care for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME / CFS) patients. Tompkins and Karaa, together with OMF CEO/President Linda Tannenbaum, are

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October Newsletter

Ron Tompkins and Jonas Bergquist Attend RME Sweden Conferences OMF Scientific Advisory Board members Ronald G. Tompkins, MD, ScD, and Jonas Bergquist, MD, PhD, are participating at the annual RME sponsored Roundtable meetings at the Lejondal Castle outside Stockholm on October 15-16. These meetings bring together leading researchers and clinicians

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August Newsletter

3rd Annual Community Symposium Registration Open Registration is open for the 3rd Annual Community Symposium on the Molecular Basis of ME / CFS at Stanford University, sponsored by OMF, on Saturday, September 7, 2019. To attend the event in person at Stanford University, click here to register. To watch the event via Livestream from anywhere

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More Exciting Happenings During May Momentum

  The Second Annual May Momentum continues with tremendous energy and enthusiasm. In the first half of this month, we have celebrated and stood together to raise awareness and critical donations for research. Thank you to everyone who has already taken part in the May Momentum actions. We still have

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Meet OMF’s New Scientific Advisory Board Members

Jennifer Frankovich, MD, Daniel Peterson, MD, & Michael Snyder, PhD, Join OMF’s Scientific Advisory Board We are delighted to announce the addition of three leading researchers to OMF’s Scientific Advisory Board. Jennifer Frankovich, MD, has experience in autoimmunity and post-infectious inflammatory diseases. Daniel Peterson, MD, is a recognized medical expert

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Spring 2019 Newsletter

Follow ME / CFS Researchers Gathering Around the World Dear Friends, We are in a very busy and exciting time. OMF-funded scientists are meeting around the globe with other experts to advance research. We were thrilled to have such a strong presence at the Emerge Australia conference. As reports, recordings and information is available,

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Winter 2019 Newsletter

Join Us to Welcome Chris Armstrong & More Thank you to the many people around the world who submitted heartfelt poems and art pieces for our first Hope and Heart Unite for ME / CFS Poetry and Art Slam. Please take a few minutes over the next few weeks to read and

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Triple Tuesday Research Update

A Message from Ron Davis I’m excited to announce that we have added two eminent Stanford engineering researchers to expand our red blood cell deformability project. Eric Shaqfeh, PhD, is famous for his computational modeling of microfluidic flow. His past work has been modeling air flow over aircraft wings to

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