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For the Missing

For the Missing

I went missing years ago Some don’t even know That I spend most days away, inside And then my illness doesn’t show I can’t show all the pain I feel Or fogginess or dread No one sees my energy gone Or the tears I often shed It’s not that I’m just tired Or need to...

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BHC Joins #GivingTuesdayNow Campaign

BHC Joins #GivingTuesdayNow Campaign

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our world in unexpected ways and brought new challenges to the ME/CFS and FM (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis and Fibromyalgia) community of patients and their advocates, researchers, medical providers, and health educators. The Bateman...

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Virology 101, Suzanne D. Vernon, PhD

Virology 101, Suzanne D. Vernon, PhD

My first virology class was taught by Howard Tenim, PhD, a virologist and 1975 Nobel laureate for the discovery of reverse transcriptase - the enzyme used by retroviruses to turn RNA into DNA. I got hooked and have been fortunate to spend the past 35 years learning...

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Support Strategies for the Holidays

Support Strategies for the Holidays

Marybeth Raynes, a licensed marriage and family therapist spoke at our December Education meeting on supports for the holiday season. She demonstrated how people living with pain, exhaustion, and isolation can craft a meaningful inner-self holiday season with guided...

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Ongoing Developments at the Bateman Horne Center

Ongoing Developments at the Bateman Horne Center

BHC as a ME/CFS Center of Excellence A Center of Excellence is a program assembled to supply an exceptionally high concentration of expertise and resources in an area of medicine. The Fatigue Consultation Clinic and OFFER joined forces to establish the Bateman Horne...

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