Solve M.E. Funded Study Shows Evidence of Pathogen-driven Connection to Energy Production Problems in ME/CFS

Findings from International Research Group Published in ImmunoHorizons Show HHV-6 Connection to Energy Production Problems in ME/CFS In 2016, Bhupesh Prusty, PhD, a scientist at Julius Maximilians University of Würzburg in Germany, received pilot funding from the Solve M.E. Ramsay Research Grant Program to study the possible cause of dysfunctional mitochondria (energy producers in cells) in ME/CFS. […]

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National Institutes of Health Conferences Demonstrate ME/CFS Progress: How Far We’ve Come and How Far We Need to Go

Solve M.E.’s Chief Scientific Officer, Dr. Sadie Whittaker, introducing a clinician panel discussion with Solve M.E. Research Advisory Council members Tony Komaroff (moderator), Dr. Lucinda Bateman, Dr. Susan Levine, Dr. Jose Montoya, Dr. Peter Rowe, and Simmaron’s Dr. Dan Peterson at the NIH conferenceLast week, people with ME/CFS, researchers, and clinicians gathered at the National […]

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