Posts Tagged ‘CFS research’

I Thought It Was a Typo…

August 21, 2015

During the course of interviewing for this position, I was reviewing the amount of government spending on ME/CFS. I came across a figure of $5.4 million in one article. I assumed the number must have been a typo. Read More…

Peter Rowe – Part Four

August 14, 2015

In the fourth and final installment of his follow-up to our July 16 webinar, Dr. Peter Rowe, director of the Chronic Fatigue Clinic at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, responds to patients’ questions on the intersection of PEM and OI and exercise intolerance with OI. Read More…

Peter Rowe – Part Three

August 6, 2015

In Part Three of his follow-up to our July 16 webinar, Dr. Peter Rowe, director of the Chronic Fatigue Clinic at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, responds to patients’ questions on the intersection of PEM and OI and exercise intolerance with OI. Read More…

Peter Rowe – Part Two

July 31, 2015

In Part Two of his follow-up to our July 16 webinar, Dr. Peter Rowe, director of the Chronic Fatigue Clinic at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, responds to patients’ questions on orthostatic intolerance, methylation, beta blockers and the effects of talking during tilt table testing. Read More…

Dr. Peter Rowe’s Responses to Follow-Up Webinar Questions

July 24, 2015

On July 16, the Solve ME/CFS Initiative hosted a webinar with Dr. Peter Rowe, director of the Chronic Fatigue Clinic at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, called, “Inducing Post-Exertional Malaise in ME/CFS: A Look at the Research Evidence. Read More…

Dr. Lily Chu Q&A Follow-Up to June 18 Webinar

July 2, 2015

The Solve ME/CFS Initiative hosted a webinar with Dr. Lily Chu June 18 called, “Post-Exertional Malaise: History, Characteristics, Evidence.” Dr. Chu has followed up with her responses to questions that were unable to be answered during the webinar due to time limitations. Read More…

SMCI Comment on the Institute of Medicine Report—Part 5

April 30, 2015

This is the fifth and final blog post that provides insights into the Institute of Medicine’s report on ME/CFS. In this post, SMCI Scientific Director Dr. Suzanne Vernon focuses on cognitive impairment and orthostatic intolerance, one or both of which are required for an ME/CFS/SEID diagnosis, according to the IOM’s recommended criteria.

SMCI Comment on the Institute of Medicine Report—Part 4 of 5

April 28, 2015

This is the fourth of a five-part blog series that addresses aspects of the Institute of Medicine’s recent report on myalgic encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. In this post, author Dr. Suzanne D. Vernon, looks at the IOM’s third recommended diagnostic criteria: sleep.