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Posts Tagged ‘ME/CFS’

We See You. You are Not Missing to Us.

On May 12th, individuals around the globe will be celebrating International ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia Awareness Day.  The May 12th date was chosen because it is Florence Nightingale’s birthday and she was believed to have suffered from ME/CFS (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome), a chronic disabling multi-system illness that remains misunderstood, underfunded in research, and even trivialized by some today.

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May Education Meeting: Bateman Horne Center Beyond 2020

Please join us Wednesday, May 1 @ 6pm MDT for an inside look at the current and future role of the Bateman Horne Center in the battle to disrupt disbelief that ME/CFS patients everywhere experience. Dr. Lucinda Bateman, Dr. Suzanne Vernon, and Executive Director, Rob Ence, MBA, will provide insight into our evolving model as…

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Healthy Volunteers Help Drive Research Forward

For decades, no one has known what causes myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME, commonly called ME/CFS). As a result, this debilitating disease has been very difficult to diagnose and even harder to treat. Funded by a major grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Bateman Horne Center is studying the biology of ME/CFS in unprecedented detail.…

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Understanding the Neuroscience of Pain

Please join BHC and our community for our February Education Meeting, “Pain Wars: Understanding the Neuroscience of Pain” with Dr. Matthew Nelson PT, DPT, TPS. In an easy to understand and fun approach, Dr. Nelson will explain and discuss the neuroscience of pain, and how physical therapy can play a role in treating pain for…

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BHC Participates in NIH-Sponsored ME/CFS Meeting

The NIH will host 3 days of meetings focusing on ME/CFS research. The meeting on April 3 is titled, “Thinking the Future: A Workshop for Young Early Career ME/CFS Investigators”.  This is followed on April 4–5 with a meeting titled, “Accelerating Research on ME/CFS”.  The presentations for this meeting will be given by the veteran…

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March Education Meeting: Getting to the Bottom of Pelvic Health

Please join BHC for our March Education Meeting, “Getting to the Bottom of Pelvic Health”  with Dr. Lauren Nelson. Lauren Johnson, PT, DPT is a board certified and licensed doctor of physical therapy, currently the Director of Pelvic Physical Therapy and Wellness. Lauren serves as a board member of the University of Utah’s Student-run Pro…

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New Research: Gene Variations in ME/CFS

This is one of the largest ME/CFS epigenetic studies to date and identifies new genetic and epigenetic associations relevant to ME/CFS and useful for the development of new treatments. Samples from a well-defined clinic population of ME/CFS patients were used.

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Genetics and Epigenetics in ME/CFS

This is one of the largest ME/CFS epigenetic studies to date and identifies new genetic and epigenetic associations relevant to ME/CFS and useful for the development of new treatments. Samples from a well-defined clinic population of ME/CFS patients were used.

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Bateman Horne Center’s Journey

Dr. Bateman delivers an update on the progress and impact BHC has made in the last five years as a 501 (c)3 nonprofit dedicated to those suffering from ME/CFS and FM. She updates the community on our move towards a multi-specialty clinic and a teaching institution.

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