Difficult to diagnose. Difficult to treat. A pain to live with.
A collaborative JAX research center led by Derya Unutmaz is diving deep into the biology of ME/CFS patients to find a root cause of the disease, which may lie in their own immune systems.
New video explores ME/CFS research at The Jackson Laboratory and digs into the issues that patients face on a daily basis. It also delves into the challenges faced by doctors and scientists alike.
We interviewed Courtney Gunter, program manager for the JAX ME/CFS research center, to get her perspective on this mysterious disease and the ME/CFS community.
This blog chronicles the advances made in ME/CFS research in general and progress from The Jackson Laboratory ME/CFS Clinical Research Center.
Connecticut physician Morris Papernik describes how the lack of knowledge about ME/CFS has led to difficulty in treating patients.
An interview with Shannon, an ME/CFS patient who was willing to share the obstacles she faces on a day-to-day basis.
JAX microbiome researcher Julia Oh talks about how the microbiome could inform research into ME/CFS.
Shannon's parents and caregivers, Jim and Patricia, share what it's like to care for a loved one who is facing the challenge of living with ME/CFS.