The time to solve Long Covid is NOW!
If you or a loved one are struggling with Long Covid, more than likely you have been crying out for scientists to find a cure.
Due to the pandemic, our organization has received more requests for research grants than ever in our 36 year history. This is great news. But, only if we can fund this crucial work.
We are the Solve Long Covid Initiative. We are a part of the leading nonprofit dedicated to supporting key research into solving Long Covid and other post infection illnesses, both by funding scientists directly and by influencing government spending.
Yes, I’d like to help make Long Covid no longer.
Below are just some of the research scientists who have already relied on our donor support:
Rob Wüst, PhD
Micro-clots, Skeletal Muscle Pain and Post-Exertional Malaise in Patients with Long Covid: From Pathophysiology to Treatment
Dana Yelin, MD MPH
Enhanced External Counterpulsation (EECP), Non-invasive Approach to Treat Long Covid Fatigue
Aaron Ring, MD, PhD
Discovery of Pathological Autoantibodies in ME/CFS and Long Covid
Heather Edgell, PhD
Physiological and Cognitive Function in Patients with PASC or ME Before and After
Inspiratory Muscle Training
Jennifer Stone, PhD
ME/CFS and Long Covid: Are They the Same Condition?
Please Help Us Continue This Crucial Work
Donate now so that the answer to “How Long?” is sooner rather than later.
Maybe another time. I’d like to explore other ways to get involved and learn more about Long Covid and available resources.
The Solve Long Covid Initiative
Solve M.E., a non-profit that launched the Solve Long Covid Initiative, has served as a catalyst for critical research into post-infection diseases for decades. The global pandemic has given rise to the latest widespread post-infection disease, Long Covid. In response to this devastating health crisis, Solve M.E. has initiated important Long Covid efforts:
If you or someone you love is living with and managing Long Covid, we know you have questions. Below are links to information about some of our most commonly asked questions.
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