Tag Archives: Dr Suzanne Vernon

Markers of non-coeliac wheat sensitivity in patients with ME/CFS

Research letter: Markers of non-coeliac wheat sensitivity in patients with myalgic encephalomyelitis/ chronic fatigue syndrome, by Melanie Uhde, Alyssa C Indart, Xuechen B Yu, Sophie S Jang, Roberto De Giorgio, Peter H R Green, Umberto Volta, Suzanne D Vernon, Armin Alaedini … Continue reading

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Cortene – a new drug trial & disease hypothesis for ME/CFS

Cortene In his blog, Health Rising, Cort Johnson introduces a new drug trial and hypothesis for ME/CFS. With the help of Dr Lucinda Bateman and Dr Suzanne Vernon a small drug company, Cortene, will be conducting a small proof-of-concept trial of a new … Continue reading

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Genome-epigenome interactions associated with ME/CFS

Research abstract: Genome-Epigenome Interactions Associated with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, by Santiago Herrera, Wilfred C de Vega, David Ashbrook, Suzanne D Vernon, Patrick O McGowan in Biorxiv [preprint 22 Dec 2017] Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) is an example of … Continue reading

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Epigenetic modifications & glucocorticoid sensitivity in ME/CFS

Research abstract: Background: Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) is a debilitating idiopathic disease characterized by unexplained fatigue that fails to resolve with sufficient rest. Diagnosis is based on a list of symptoms and exclusion of other fatigue-related health conditions. Despite … Continue reading

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Neural consequences of PEM in ME/CFS

Research abstract: Highlights: Acute exercise affects symptoms, cognitive performance and brain function in ME/CFS. Symptom provocation by exercise is a useful model to study post-exertion malaise. Objective neurophysiological evidence of the phenomenon of post-exertion malaise. Post exertion malaise is one … Continue reading

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A better way to measure ME/CFS experience is needed

Research abstract: PURPOSE: Debilitating fatigue is a core symptom of myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS); however, the utility of patient-reported symptom outcome measures of fatigue for ME/CFS patients is problematic due to ceiling effects and issues with reliability and validity. … Continue reading

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Bateman Horne Centre outlines steps to mainstream ME/CFS research

Health rising blog post, by Cort Johnson, 30 June 2016: Bateman-Horne Center Tells NIH to Create Building Blocks For Success For Chronic Fatigue Syndrome “The Bateman Horne Center – a clinic specializing in ME/CFS, with a large number of patients … Continue reading

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Dr Vernon video: Precision medicine & ME/CFS

Video lecture: Precision Medicine for ME/CFS & Fibromyalgia, by Dr Suzanne Vernon, 6 May 2016 In this educational seminar, Dr. Suzanne D. Vernon speaks about the Bateman Horne Center’s quest to bring precision medicine to ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia. What is … Continue reading

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Can simple blood tests help to identify ME/CFS

Health rising forum discussion started by Cort Johnson, 30 April 2016:  Can simple blood tests help to identify Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS)? How great it would be if a doctor could give a teenager with lingering fatigue after infectious mononucleosis/glandular … Continue reading

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Diagnosing post infectious fatigue in adolescents using routine lab tests

Research abstract: BACKGROUND: While biomarkers for chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) are beginning to emerge they typically require a highly specialized clinical laboratory. We hypothesized that subsets of commonly measured laboratory markers used in combination could support the diagnosis of post-infectious … Continue reading

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