- Research: Effect of dietary Coenzyme Q10 plus NADH supplementation on fatigue perception & health-related quality of life in ME/CFS
- Research: Herpesviruses serology distinguishes different subgroups of ME/CFS patients
- Research: Evaluating routine blood tests according to clinical symptoms & diagnostic criteria in individuals with ME/CFS
- Online ME/CFS self-management course to go ahead in North Wales!
- Research: Pathomechanisms & possible interventions in ME/CFS
Tag Archives: ME/cvs Vereniging
Science To Patients Webinars/ Wetenschap voor Patienten The Dutch ME/cfs Association (ME/cvs Vereniging) has posted seven webinars by Dr. Byron Hyde from Canada. Webinar 82. Introduction 0.45 How did you get involved in ME? 4.32 What is ME? 6.45 Definition of … Continue reading
Dutch ME Association ME/cvs Vereniging invites people in Wales to join them in signing a petition to the Dutch Health Council. They are concerned about attitudes to ME following the Dutch FITNET trial (which is now influencing research in the … Continue reading
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
Professor Alan Light, from Utah University, talks about his involvement with ME in videos posted on the Dutch Youtube site ME/cvs Vereniging. no. 58 Fatigue – the differences between generalised fatigue and the fatigue of ME/CFS no. 59 Genes & gene expression & … 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.
The Dutch organisation ME/cvs Vereniging has uploaded another 3 videos on their Youtube site. Prof Julia Newton from Newcastle University speaks about: 43. Introduction – experience with ME 44. Neurocognitive problems in ME 45. ME and the bloodflow