Australian trial of mitochondrial treatments for chronic fatigue syndrome

by Sasha Nimmo Melbourne scientists are testing a combination of mitochondrial supplements on 8 or 9 patients with chronic fatigue syndrome (Fukuda criteria). The 20-week study for patients with Fukuda chronic fatigue syndrome is open-label, so patients are aware they are receiving the treatment and there is no placebo group.  Participants take the capsules daily, as well as medical … Continue reading Australian trial of mitochondrial treatments for chronic fatigue syndrome

#MillionsMissing global protest coming to Melbourne

by Sasha Nimmo #MillionsMissing is a global day of protest for the millions missing from work, life, school, and families because of the devastating neuroimmune illness ME and chronic fatigue syndrome, created by #MEAction. Share the #MillionsMissing fact sheet The Facts: M.E. in Australia. The Melbourne event is taking place this Wednesday 25 May from 12-2pm on the … Continue reading #MillionsMissing global protest coming to Melbourne

Meet the Scientists: Dr Sarah Knight

Dr Sarah Knight Meet Dr Sarah Knight from Murdoch Childrens Research Institute at The Royal Children’s Hospital in the University of Melbourne, Australia. by Sasha Nimmo ‘Meet the Scientists’ Series ‘Meet the Scientists’ is a series of interviews with researchers working on ME and chronic fatigue syndrome. We ask them about their current research and get … Continue reading Meet the Scientists: Dr Sarah Knight