- Dry eye syndrome & the subsequent risk of CFS
- ME/CFS – Metabolic disease or disturbed homeostasis?
- Multidisciplinary rehabilitation treatment is not effective for ME/CFS: a review of the FatiGo trial
- System reset? Study suggests Pro-Inflammatory / Autoimmune reset in ME/CFS
- M.E.: ‘an insane idea’ – an animation by Alexandra Hohner
Tag Archives: videos
Seven webinars of Dr Neil Harrison have been broadcast by the Dutch group ME/cvs Vereniging: 75, Mar 8, 2016: Me & ME: type of research, Models of inflammation, How does this relate to ME? 76, Mar 22 2016: ME & fatigue: How do you measure … Continue reading
Living with M.E – Short Documentary [a first year University project ] Aarogyamastu – Chronic fatigue Syndrome Awareness Day – 12th May 2016 – ఆరోగ్యమస్తు [Indian video] Action for ME awareness videos: What is ME? [Prof Julia Newton & Dr Gregor … Continue reading
Seminar on children and young people with ME/CFS – 2014 On November 12, 2014 the National Association for ME in Sweden organized a seminar on children and young people with ME/CFS. The seminar was conducted in cooperation with RME Stockholm and … Continue reading
In videos published Sept 29, 2014 Carl-Gerhard Gottfries (professor emeritus) talks about his experiences of treatment of patients with ME with a vaccine against Staphylococcus. He thinks the effect of the Staphylococcus vaccine is immunomodulatory. The drug has been shown … Continue reading
Professor Lenny Jason, from DePaul University, Chicago, talks about his involvement with ME and some huge prevalence studies in videos posted on the Dutch Youtube site ME/cvs Vereniging. More will be added over the coming weeks.
Broadcaster and US political commentator Llewellyn King and Deborah Waroff, a journalist who also has ME, have a Youtube channel ME/CFS Alert, where they post interviews about ME with influential people including Dr Derek Enlander, Dr John Chia, Dr Jose … Continue reading
Advances in Clinical Care and Translational Research: a Continuing Medical Education Conference Presented by the Department of Medicine and Division of Infectious Diseases and Geographic Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine and Stanford Hospital & Clinics. March 19, 2014 … Continue reading