There are videos and there are VIDEOS. This is a VIDEO.... It's a video that seeks to (and should be) a film to be more accurate. All it needs is a little help
The Kickstarter Campaign to Create the Canary in the Coal Mine Film has begun.
The 10 minute preview video is sharp, smart and creative, Read more [...]
In the second of two blogs looking at future possibilities for pain relief we turn to a much feared arthropod.
Drug Under Development Spells Hope for Pain Relief in Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
A friend of mine coping with severe back pain, allodynia, high blood pressure and Read more [...]
SIMMARONS NATIONAL INSTITUTES of HEALTH PROJECT
Hundreds of precious samples from chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) patients sit frozen in the NIH's sample repository. Gathered by ME/CFS experts during the big XMRV study, many are from long-term, highly debilitated patients. They are the Read more [...]
Dennis Mangan was like a whirlwind at the NIH in the two years he was in charge of the ME/CFS program at the Office of Research For Women's Health (ORWH). First he created a listerv to better communicate with the patients, then he changed the website, then he changed the name to ME/CFS, then, Read more [...]
From opioids to anticonvulsants to antidepressants, etc. doctors throw a wide variety of drugs at nerve pain, yet the prognosis is generally poor with 40-60% of patients receiving only partial relief. (Some studies indicate alpha lipoic acid and benfotiamine (thiamine) can be helpful for some, as well.)
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The ME/CFS Association in the Netherlands brings its De Meirleir video series to an end with its 20th video on Testing in ME/CFS. After Dr. De Meirleir their ME/CFS Experts video series is moving on to Dr. Visser, a cardiologist (see below). Congratulations on a well-done series!
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Proteomics, the study of the proteome, is important because proteins represent the actual functional molecules in the cell. When mutations occur in the DNA, it is the proteins that are ultimately affected. Drugs, when they have beneficial effects, do so by interacting with proteins….. Proteomics
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There's alot going on right now; check out the different events in this 'Events blog'.
The National ME/FM Action Network's May 12th Awareness Day for ME/FM submission in the Aviva contest is on the edge of winning $10,000 with the possibility of winning as much as $100,000 more. Read more [...]