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NIH Obstacles Thwart ME Research

After I published my post on the NIH Obstacle Course (November 2018), readers’ reactions made clear that a shorter version of the article could be useful. Today, STAT published that shorter article in the First Opinion section. You can read … Continue reading

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NIH’s Obstacle Course to Success for ME/CFS Researchers

A shorter version of this article was published on STATNews on January 10, 2019. One message dominates NIH’s talk about ME/CFS research: submit more high quality grant applications. Funding would increase if there were more high quality grant applications. Give … Continue reading

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Small Steps of Progress

Progress, no matter how small, is still progress. Any tiny incremental change advocates can achieve is improvement, and it’s important to acknowledge when it happens. I am pleased to report that NIH has taken a small step towards providing more … Continue reading

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