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The ME/CFS Symposium at Stanford – watch the video

The ME/CFS Symposium held at Stanford on Saturday August 12th 2017 can be viewed online: The start times of each speaker: Open Medicine Foundation’s Community Symposium is now available to view online for anyone who was unable to watch it … Continue reading

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A clinical approach to ME/CFS in adolescents & young adults – video talk by Dr Peter Rowe

Solve ME/CFS Initiative webinar video, 17 March 2017 A Clinical Approach to ME/CFS in Adolescent and Young Adults: A Practical Primer, by Peter Rowe MD, director of the Chronic Fatigue Clinic and professor of pediatrics at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center … Continue reading

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Dr Ron Davis’s strategic approach to understand ME/CFS

Health rising blog post, by Cort Johnson, 8 March 2017: Ron Davis’s Strategic Approach To Understand Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) The Open Medicine Foundation released two videos of Ron Davis talking about their work over the past couple of weeks. … Continue reading

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Video lectures from English & Norwegian researchers in Norwich

Invest in ME public talks in Norwich on ME/CFS biomedical research, published 7 Feb 2017 An event held in Norwich in January 2017 gave the public a chance to hear about some of the biomedical research being undertaken on the … Continue reading

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What happens when you have a disease doctors can’t diagnose

TED Summit video, filmed June 2016, of a talk by film maker Jennifer Brea: What happens when you have a disease doctors can’t diagnose  January 2017 Five years ago, American Jennifer Brea became progressively ill with myalgic encephalomyelitis, a debilitating illness that severely … Continue reading

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Dr Bateman webinar: tools for managing ME/CFS

BatemanHorneCenter blog post, by Leigh Reynolds, 4 Aug 2016: Simple, Effective Tools for Managing MECFS, While there is no cure, FM and ME/CFS patients under her care often tell Dr. Bateman they are much better than they used to be. … Continue reading

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Prof Jason’s video lecture to undergrads on ME & CFS

Published on 22 Apr 2016 Leonard A. Jason’s lecture regarding his work in the ME and CFS arenas, presented to an undergraduate class at DePaul University.

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Video presentations by Dr David Tuller on PACE trial

Dr. David Tuller discusses the flaws of the PACE trial, video published on Mar 27, 2016 The PACE trial, a research project that should investigate the effects of CBT and GET in CFS is at this moment famous for it’s … Continue reading

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Deciphering PEM video lecture

Post-Exertion Malaise: The Intersection of Biology and Behavior A video lecture from SolveCFS,  Published on Nov 21, 2015 Dr. Dane B. Cook is the Co-Director of the Exercise Psychology laboratory at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Director of the Marsh … Continue reading

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Dr Sarah Myhill video lectures

Dr Sarah Myhill’s lectures at the Biocare Summer conference 2015 are available to view online, entitled Diagnosis and Treatment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome They give a good outline of her diagnosis and treatment approach for CFS, as detailed in more depth in … Continue reading

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