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New Resource Available for People with ME/CFS

Exciting news! The U.S. ME/CFS Clinician Coalition has released new resources for people with ME/CFS to bring to their health care providers for diagnosis, testing, and treatment recommendations.

Read the Coalition Recommendations Announcement here.

The resources include a document on testing recommendations and a document on treatment recommendations to help patients and their healthcare providers with the overall care and management of ME/CFS.

OMF’s goal is to empower caregivers and people living with ME/CFS to manage their health today while we search for tomorrow’s answers. We hope you find these new documents to be helpful in navigating the complex world of ME/CFS.

Be sure to also check out OMF’s Resource Center! This webpage includes parent resources, information to share with your doctor, general information on ME/CFS, and more. We will continue to share with the community whenever the page has been updated with new, verified information.

 

About The U.S. ME/CFS Clinician Coalition:

The U.S. ME/CFS Clinician Coalition is a group of U.S. clinical disease experts who have collectively spent hundreds of years treating thousands of ME/CFS patients.

They have authored primers on clinical management, served on CDC medical education initiatives, and are actively involved in ME/CFS research. OMF is proud that Ronald G. Tompkins, MD, ScD, OMF Chief Medical Officer, is one of the U.S. ME/CFS Clinician Coalition members.

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