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The Center for Solutions for ME/CFS is an inter-disciplinary, inter-institutional center comprised of clinicians, clinical investigators, basic scientists who are committing to working together to understand the pathogenesis of ME/CFS and develop evidence-based strategies for interventions that prevent and mitigate disease.

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Community Advisory Committee Develops Priorities for ME/CFS Research

The Community Advisory Committee (CAC) for the NIH ME/CFS Research Network was established to bridge the gap between researchers and the ME/CFS community with the goal of accelerating the pace of myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) research. The CAC is a group of 15 individuals from various professional backgrounds, all of whom have lived experienceContinue reading “Community Advisory Committee Develops Priorities for ME/CFS Research”

Community Advisory Committee – Guidelines for the Design of Clinical Studies in ME/CFS

The Community Advisory Committee (CAC) for the NIH ME/CFS Research Network was established to bridge the gap between researchers and the ME/CFS community with the goal of accelerating the pace of ME/CFS research. The CAC is a group of 15 individuals from various professional backgrounds, all of whom have lived experience of the disease. TheContinue reading “Community Advisory Committee – Guidelines for the Design of Clinical Studies in ME/CFS”

Community Advisory Committee Introduces Guidelines to Accelerate Meaningful ME/CFS Research

by Therese Russo and Kathi Kuehnel, lead authors on behalf of the Community Advisory Committee Researchers from across the NIH’s ME/CFS Collaborative Research Center (CRC) consortium held a two-day network meeting in October to share findings from their past four years of NIH-funded research.  This year, the Community Advisory Committee (CAC) was invited to participateContinue reading “Community Advisory Committee Introduces Guidelines to Accelerate Meaningful ME/CFS Research”

The Coding Problem—Why no American can develop ME/CFS, including after COVID

Mary Dimmock Please sign this petition to fix the coding problem that makes Americans with ME/CFS invisible. If a tree falls in the forest, does it make a sound? And if an American develops ME/CFS, would the US disease tracking systems know about it? Philosophers may debate the first question but the answer to theContinue reading “The Coding Problem—Why no American can develop ME/CFS, including after COVID”

Redox Imbalance: A Core Feature of ME/CFS and Acute COVID-19

Anthony L. Komaroff, MD ME/CFS is defined exclusively by symptoms—subjective experiences that are hard to verify by objective testing. For that reason, since interest in ME/CFS began to grow in the 1980s, scientists have been looking for evidence of underlying objective abnormalities that might explain the symptoms. A recent review, published August 24, 2021, inContinue reading “Redox Imbalance: A Core Feature of ME/CFS and Acute COVID-19”

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