Going the Extra Mile for ME/CFS

Strong support from family and friends is essential to people with a debilitating and poorly understood illness like ME/CFS. As patients work to integrate the challenges of ME/CFS into their daily lives, loved ones can often feel powerless to help them. Read More…

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Peter Rowe – Part Four

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…

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Peter Rowe – Part Two

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…

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Pathways to Prevention

Last week’s long-awaited briefing on the National Institute of Health’s Pathways to Prevention (P2P) report on ME/CFS failed miserably at continuing the momentum created earlier this year by the Feb. 10 Institute of Medicine publication on the disease. Read More…

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