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New Tool to Educate Your Community About Chronic Disease!

Introducing OMFCA’s Social Shareables Web Portal! New tool to help educate your personal communities As part of #TripleGivingTuesday, we are pleased to announce that we …

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Biologists/bioinformaticians — Join our team at the Computational Research Center for Complex Diseases

We are looking for talented computational biologists/bioinformaticians to join the team at the Computational Research Center for Complex Diseases to discover the molecular mechanism and treatments for …

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Announcing our sixth Research Center!

Triple Giving Tuesday starts today: Announcing our sixth Research Center! From the desk of Linda Tannenbaum Chief Executive Officer, Open Medicine Foundation Open Medicine Foundation Canada …

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New novel features main character with ME/CFS! ​📖

New novel features main character with ME/CFS! Spotlight on author Jean Meltzer, person with ME Author Jean Meltzer has the distinction of being an Emmy-award …

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Calling All Artists! 🎨

Calling all artists! Submit your art for a chance to become OMF’s Featured Artist during #TripleGivingTuesday! Are you an artist affected by chronic illness? Submit …

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Your powerful stories: #TheViewforME Gallery

Your Powerful Stories: #TheViewforME Gallery On August 8, Severe Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) Awareness Day, Open Medicine Foundation Canada asked our community to share …

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Musician with Severe ME founds charity music label

The story of supporter Martin Den Hollander, a musician living with severe ME/CFS. Despite his health battle, he continues to use his music as a force to help those living with ME/CFS.

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Powerful virtual dance performances capture life with ME/CFS

OMF is inspired and moved by the creativity and resilience of our community. Throughout 2021, Kristine Oma, dancer, choreographer, and person with ME/CFS, has been creating digital dance performances to benefit ME/CFS research.

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Planting seeds of hope: A mother’s plant sale benefits research

Today we share the story of a mother and daughter in Canada, the power of family, and their efforts to support critical research into ME/CFS. …

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