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UK Volunteers Needed To Help New Research Into ME

Sunday 10 September 2017

 

From UK newspaper The Argus:

 

Colin Barton
Colin Barton
 

Volunteers needed to help new research into ME

By Arron Hendy
9 September 2017
©Copyright 2001-2017.

A CHARITY is helping to recruit people to take part in research into the debilitating condition ME.

The Sussex ME Society says the study aims to try to understand the mechanisms behind the chronic pain and fatigue suffered by patients.

Researchers are looking for people aged 18 to 65 who have a firm diagnosis of ME.

People with the conditions chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia can also take part.

The research will involve routine medical procedures, including brain scans, heart rate and blood pressure measurement, questionnaires and blood tests.

The project is a collaboration between the Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust and Brighton and Sussex Medical School.

Sussex ME Society member Colin Barton said: “We are pleased to be able to assist in this important research.”

 

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