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The Under Financed ME/CFS Research Field, Pt II: Why it Takes 20 Years to Get 1 Year’s Research Done

As things stand right now, one could say that it takes 20 years to get 1 year’s worth of ME/CFS research done. Why? Because the level of funding allocated for ME/CFS research is 20 times lower than that of comparable diseases. See “The Underfinanced ME/CFS Research, Pt I - Facts and figures Read more [...]

Immune Workshop to Redefine How ME/CFS Is Diagnosed and Treated

The Times They Are a Changing. In response to Dr. Unger's request, the Simmaron Research Foundation is sponsoring a large workshop at the IACFS/ME Conference to recommend immune tests that will guide the diagnosis and treatment of chronic fatigue syndrome. Getting the CDC's stamp of approval Read more [...]

Docs Talk Shop at Simmaron Round-Table; Dr. Peterson, Dr. Klimas and Dr. Enlander on Treating Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

It's not often that ME/CFS luminaries such as Dr. Peterson, Dr. Klimas and Dr. Enlander sit down in public to talk about their approaches to ME/CFS treatment but that's exactly what happened at the Simmaron Round-table held at the FDA Workshop earlier this year. Check out why Dr. Peterson Read more [...]

Bob Miller Skydiving for ME/CFS Research on May 12th, International ME/CFS Day

Bob Miller can't dance...he can't run...he can't even play baseball for ME/CFS - he's not strong enough for that but he can fall, and May 12th, ME/CFS International Day, he's going to fall a long way, very quickly, to raise money for ME/CFS research. It's been a busy couple of months for Bob. Read more [...]