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JANUARY 2016

RESEARCH 1ST NEWS | JANUARY 2016

New Year’s resolutions come in different forms, from getting back into shape to giving to charity and everything in between. These resolutions are an affirmation of our dynamic nature and an exercise in determination for the betterment of self and others. Like individuals, organizations have resolutions too, and for similar reasons.

At the Solve ME/CFS Initiative, we know that without the gift of good health no resolution, individual or organizational, can be fully enjoyed. So we charge ahead into 2016, unphased by the complexity of our disease and reenergized by the support we receive from our community. All in the pursuit of our core mission: making ME/CFS understood, diagnosable and treatable. We are especially resolute about the following, this year: Read More...

Yours,

Zaher Nahle
Vice President for Research and Scientific Programs
Solve ME/CFS Initiative

RESEARCH ROUNDUP

 

Results of Biovista Work Released

In 2012, the Solve ME/CFS Initiative—under its former organization as the CFIDS Association of America—funded Biovista Inc., a private drug development services company, to identify potential drugs that might be repurposed to ameliorate ME/CFS symptoms. Biovista identified two FDA-approved drugs that might have applicability for ME/CFS.


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Zaher Nahle to Serve on CDC Workgroup

Dr. Zaher Nahle, Vice President for Research and Scientific Programs at the Solve ME/CFS Initiative, recently spoke at length with Dr. David Bell about the history of ME/CFS. Dr. Bell is known to many in the community as a beloved physician-leader who possesses deep clinical expertise.


TO READ MORE, GO HERE.

 

RESEARCH ROUNDUP

 

Dr. Zaher Nahle Meets with Dr. David Bell

Dr. Zaher Nahle, Vice President for Research and Scientific Programs at the Solve ME/CFS Initiative, recently spoke at length with Dr. David Bell about the history of ME/CFS. Dr. Bell is known to many in the community as a beloved physician-leader who possesses deep clinical expertise.


TO READ MORE, GO HERE.

 

Solve ME/CFS Initiative Conducts Readership Survey

To ensure we are bringing you the most informative, useful content in the coming year, the Solve ME/CFS Initiative is conducting a readership survey.

The survey will help guide our efforts in all of our communication vehicles, including this monthly enewsletter and our print publication, the Chronicle. To take part in the brief survey, go here.

To subscribe to the Chronicle, which is mailed several times a year, go here.

 

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To support our important work, please visit SolveCFS.org/Donate. Consider joining our Sustainers Circle, where your monthly gift ensures we can move forward toward making ME/CFS understood, diagnosable and treatable. It is donations from people just like you that make progress possible.

Thank You!

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