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BHC Partners with UNREST Premiere at Sundance

After years of work and hundreds of hours of footage, Jen Brea’s documentary, now entitled Unrest, recently debuted at the Sundance Resort as part of the Sundance Film Festival. The Bateman Horne Center (BHC) was honored to partner with Ms. Brea and Unrest on one of several screening events. On Sunday, January 22nd, BHC helped fill a theatre with…

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First-Class Care; First-Class Space

In our spring campaign we set a goal to raise $300,000 that would allow us to move into a larger facility in order to serve more patients, expand education efforts, and increase research participation. Earlier this month, we announced that we had exceeded our goal by more than 260%, raising more than $1.08 million! Well, the turtles have…

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What’s the Buzz – July

  Buzz – July: Each month we scour the Internet and bring you a list of news articles, blogs and research publications we think you’ll find interesting for our What’s the Buzz post. Occasionally, we’ll highlight and summarize a few of them for you, like this one:   Could Difference in Gut Bacteria Help Explain ME/CFS Symptoms? Suzanne D.…

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$3.28 Million Awarded for ME/CFS Biomarker Study

Bateman Horne Center Leadership are Co-Investigators on this Cutting-Edge Immunogenomic Study to Quantify ME/CFS Moving Toward a Genomic CBC for ME/CFS By Suzanne D Vernon, PhD There are two major barriers to identifying ME/CFS biomarkers: 1) variation in how patients are effected, in terms of symptoms and disease progression and 2) the lack of quantitative tools…

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What’s the Buzz – March

    Each month we scour the Internet and bring you a list of news articles, blogs and research publications we think you’ll find interesting for our What’s the Buzz post. Occasionally, we’ll highlight and summarize a few of them for you, like these:   On Tuesday, March 8th, NIH held a one hour tele-briefing to answer the community’s questions about…

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IACFS/ME Cover Art Contest

Announcement: The IACFS/ME has put out a call for young artist to submit their artwork for their cover art contest related to a new Primer for pediatric ME/CFS.   The International Association for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (IACFS/ME) is inviting young artists currently diagnosed with or recovered from ME/CFS, age 17 and younger, to submit artwork…

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Blondie Cartoon Offers Education Opportunity

On February 25th, the syndicated cartoon Blondie mentioned Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and the new name, Systemic Exertion Intolerance Disease, as recommended by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) committee that produced the report, Beyond Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Redefining an Illness. It appeared in the Washington Post, the Salt Lake City Tribune and – we assume – many others. For some,…

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What’s the Buzz – December

Each month we scour the Internet and bring you a list of news articles, blogs and research publications we think you’ll find  interesting. Occasionally, we’ll highlight and summarize a few of them for you, like these: Cytokines are small powerful signaling proteins.  A variety of cell types in our bodies produce and release cytokines to signal another cell to respond…

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Two of Nation’s Leading Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Experts Partner to Quantify the Disease

Salt Lake City, UT, Aug 2015 ~ Two of the nation’s leading experts on Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS)—Bateman Horne Center Chief Medical Officer Dr. Lucinda Bateman, MD and Researcher Dr. Suzanne D. Vernon, PhD—announce their partnership to quantify diagnostic criteria recommended by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) of the National Academy of Sciences. This…

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