Opportunities abound to make a difference in ME/CFS, but the Open Medicine Institute (OMI) may have hit on the quickest way to do that for the most people. Could a simple, inexpensive treatment provide more energy for many?What if an effective, relatively inexpensive and readily available Read more [...]
PHANU (now the Center for Neuroimmunology and Emerging Diseases), was doing well at Bond University, but then Griffith University, spying a hot research group with a future, grabbed them up. (Dr. Klimas found herself in much the same boat with Nova Southeastern University. It makes one hopeful Read more [...]
The only nutritional support company created by someone with chronic fatigue syndrome/fibromyalgia, we're very happy to be affiliated with Prohealth.
Founded by an ME/CFS patient, Rich Carson, Prohealth has dedicated 10% of its profits to ME/CFS support for decades, and this year Prohealth's Read more [...]
Finding a good practitioner is hard - and so is avoiding a bad one. We're mostly running blind as we go from one practitioner to the other, hoping that one of them is going to know something about chronic fatigue syndrome and/or fibromyalgia.
We want to cut out the guesswork, save you precious Read more [...]
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Lots of organizations from National Public Radio to the Canary in a Coal Mine film are asking for support these days, but we're different - because we're asking for so little.
We're enjoyed our five-dollar a month November challenge to keep Health Rising going and growing so much that we're 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 [...]