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ME/CFS and related chronic complex diseases

IOM Today: Display of Shoes in Tynwald to Mark M.E. Awareness Day

OMF Sharing Hope in Dallas, Texas

Dear Friends, After my stops in London, Italy and the Netherlands this summer, and our inspiring Science Days and Symposium at Stanford a few weeks ago, I continued OMF’s End ME/CFS Worldwide Tour of Hope in the USA this weekend. Our first stop was the Texas Scottish Rites Hospital for Children in Dallas this Sunday. I...

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Linda Tannenbaum Worldwide Tour Talk

As a part of the 2017 End ME/CFS Worldwide Tour, Linda Tannenbaum, CEO/President, spoke in six European countries and seven U.S. cities. Each visit included a presentation, Q & A session, and personal meet and greet. On the tour, Linda had the honor of meeting hundreds of patients, parents and caregivers. Each has a unique story...

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BU News Service: A Problem Coffee Cannot Fix; Boston Community Comes Together for ME/CFS

by Sarah Wells “Imagine you had the worst flu ever, but it never went away,” said Linda Tannenbaum, a clinical laboratory scientist, to a crowd gathered at Newton-Wellesley hospital earlier this month for a research update. She was describing Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, more commonly referred to as just “Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.” Despite its mild-sounding name, Chronic...

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CommunityNI (hosted by NICVA – Northern Ireland Council for Voluntary Action) – LINDA TANNENBAUM, CEO of THE OPEN MEDICINE FOUNDATION, USA

Fast-tracking revolutionary research for ME/CFS, fibromyalgia and related chronic complex diseases A unique opportunity to learn more about the cutting edge research and breakthroughs happening in The Open Medicine Foundation, USA. An evening with President and CEO of the Open Medicine Foundation, Linda Tannenbaum. Patients, carers and parents will have the opportunity to speak directly...

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IOM Today: Display of Shoes in Tynwald to Mark M.E. Awareness Day

To mark M.E. awareness day, the Isle of Man’s M.E. support group is joining a campaign all over the world with an event in the Tynwald building. On Friday, May 12, between noon and 2pm there will be a display of 100 pairs of shoes leading up the spiral staircase in the Tynwald building on...

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