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Simmaron Neuroimmune Research Foundation: The Urgent Donation Campaign

Posted Jun 23 2012 11:54pm

This post is about my support for Simmaron Nuroimmune Research Foundation’s urgent donation campaign called “ Every $1 you invest in this project will yield $5 of CFS/ME research! ”  (Please click the link and donate from their page.)

The quick summary of the urgent donation campaign is to fund to complete a pilot study. Since the successful completion of the pilot study will allow the larger follow-up study to go-ahead, which has already  awarded the landmark grant of $831,037 .  That is the reason why your $1 donation has a possibility of having the equal power of  $5 donation.

Because we do not want to forfeit this once in a life-time opportunity, I do my part to spread the word and encourage people to donate. I’m a physically and financially struggling patient, but I donated a small amount hoping it still counts. I hope you can do the same.

And of course, any large donation would be grateful, too. If you can, try to speak to businesses and companies if they want to become a hope for more than million people with ME/CFS in the world.

Their donation page will explain;

This is a rare opportunity in the world of CFS/ME research. An investment of $225,000 will allow Simmaron to complete the pilot study, which will open the door to a pre-approved $800,000+ grant for a larger follow-up study investigating immune dysfunction in CFS/ME.

That’s more than $1 million of targeted biological research conducted by world-renowned scientists specializing in CFS/ME! Simmaron has already raised $75,000 so we’re one-third of the way there. But we need your help to reach our goal.

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), also known as Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) and Chronic Fatigue and Immune Dysfunction Syndrome (CFIDS) is a debilitating, chronic neuroimmune illness which affects multiple body systems and substantially impairs functioning in patients.

  • 1-4 million Americans have CFS/ME, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control.
  • Approximately 25% of patients are disabled by the illness.
  • Diagnosis is a process of elimination, as no biomarker has been identified.
  • There are no medications specifically approved for treatment of CFS/ME.

Simmaron’s top priority is to fund a pilot study that will investigate cytokines and immune/autoimmune activity in CFS/ME spinal fluid. See our Research page to learn more details about this important study.

And this is the research you are supporting by donating the campaign.

Cost of the study: $225,000
$150,000 in funding still needed

urgent need

Simmaron’s top priority is to fund this pilot study to investigate cytokines and immune/autoimmune activity in CFS/ME spinal fluid.

The reason this study is a high priority for Simmaron is three-fold:

Sonya Marshall-Gradisnik, PhD
Bond University in Australia
Daniel L. Peterson, MD
Sierra Internal Medicine, Incline Village, NV

 Every $1 you invest in this project will yield $5 of CFS/ME research!

 This is a rare opportunity in the world of CFS/ME research.  An investment of $225,000 will allow Simmaron to complete a pilot study, which will open the door to an $800,000+ grant for a larger follow-up study investigating immune dysfunction in CFS/ME.

That’s more than $1 million of targeted biological research conducted by world-renowned scientists specializing in CFS/ME!  Simmaron has already raised $75,000 so we’re one-third of the way there.  But we need your help to reach our goal.

If you are not sure about Simmaron Neuroimmune Research Foundation  (SR), please click the link to visit their website and you will see how creditable organisation it is. They demonstrate accountability, transparency, and passion. It means you can trust them to achieve their promises.

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Links

Simmaron Neuroimmune Research Foundation: Donation Page

Simmaron Neuroimmune Research Foundation: Current Research Page

Bond University: Mason award landmark grant for CFS research

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