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New Research: Gene Variations In ME/CFS

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  By Rachel Black in Bateman Horne Center. In our December 2018 education meeting, we were pleased to hear from Dr. Alan Light, a Professor of Anesthesiology, Neurobiology, and Anatomy at the University of Utah. He has published more than 120 peer-reviewed articles, and has spent the last 10 years of his career focusing on the symptoms […]

This Is Personal: BHC’s Patient-First Perspective

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  By Rachel Black in The Batema Horne Center.   Bateman Horne Center is guided by a board of directors that is intimately connected to ME/CFS and FM. Many have sons, daughters or are themselves managing an illness that has taken much of their life away. The Horne in Bateman Horne Most of you know that our […]

New Insights into Exercise Intolerance And Medication

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  By Rachel Black in Bateman Horne Center.   The Bateman Horne Center is always excited to share important research on ME/CFS and FM happening around the globe. Today, we focus on David Systrom, a pulmonary and critical care physician who researches all forms of exercise intolerance and heads, by request of the Massachusetts General Hospital, the Invasive […]

New Research On Tentative ME/CFS Irritable Bowel Syndrome Subgroup

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    By Rachel Black in Bateman Horne Center.   Do you have irritable bowel syndrome? If you do, you’re not alone – the presence of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) alongside ME/CFS may constitute a distinct ME/CFS subgroup. This article reviews and summarizes a new research paper Dr. Bateman and colleagues published on July 3, 2018, titled Insights […]

A Consensus-Driven ME/CFS Clinician Coalition Takes Shape

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    By Stephanie Griffin.   On March 2-3, 2018, the Bateman Horne Center hosted an exciting summit of leading U.S. ME/CFS clinicians who came together to share their pearls of wisdom on diagnosis and treatment in order to improve ME/CFS clinical care and refine more precise research targets. The meeting was remarkable for the ambitious nature […]

Much Can Be Done To Ease ‘Chronic Fatigue Syndrome’ Symptoms

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    By Miriam E Tucker in Medscape.   SALT LAKE CITY, UT — The illness commonly known as chronic fatigue syndrome is complex and currently incurable, but clinicians can still do a great deal to manage symptoms and improve patients’ quality of life, experts agree. In a 2-day meeting held March 2 and 3, […]

A Consensus-Driven ME/CFS Clinician Coalition Takes Shape

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    By Stephanie Griffin in Bateman Horne Center.   On March 2-3, 2018, the Bateman Horne Center hosted an exciting summit of leading U.S. ME/CFS clinicians who came together to share their pearls of wisdom on diagnosis and treatment in order to improve ME/CFS clinical care and refine more precise research targets. The meeting was remarkable for […]

Empowering Patients, Advancing Research, And Improving Clinical Care For All Those Impacted By ME/CFS And Fibromyalgia

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  From The Bateman Horne Center website.   The Bateman Horne Center of Excellence is leading the way in the medical advancement and treatment of and Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) and Fibromyalgia. More than 5 million people in the US are affected by ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia—more than those with MS, lupus or many forms of cancer—yet […]

Scientist Spotlight: Suzanne Vernon, Ph.D.

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  By JAXMECFS. The Jackson Laboratory.   We are excited to present our second “People in ME/CFS Research” spotlight this week, which is my interview with Dr. Suzanne Vernon. Suzanne is the Research Director of the Bateman Horne Center (BHC), which is also the clinical core for the JAX ME/CFS CRC. At BHC, she is building a […]

Precise.ly Chosen As Patient-Tracking Platform In ME/CFS Study

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By Linda Avey in prweb.   Precise.ly, Inc. has been selected to be the patient portal in a $40 million, five-year NIH-funded, multi-center study focused on the study of chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS). It represents the first major research support for a condition that affects millions of Americans.   SAN FRANCISCO, (CALIF.) (PRWEB) OCTOBER 09, 2017 […]

May 12 ME/CFS FM Awareness Day Celebrates 25 Years

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    By Leigh Reynolds at the Bateman Horne Center.   On May 12th, individuals around the globe will be celebrating International ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia Awareness Day and 2017 marks the 25th anniversary. The May 12th date was chosen because it is Florence Nightingale’s birthday and she was believed to have suffered from ME/CFS. Every year a […]

Differences So Clear

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  New Research Brings Clear Differences to Light in ME/CFS by Suzanne D. Vernon, PhD  |  BHC Research Liaison   From The Bateman Horne Center.   There is a great song in the musical RENT titled “Seasons of Love” in which they sing about the number of minutes in a year. As I am reviewing and […]

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