Driving research of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME / CFS),
Post Treatment Lyme Disease Syndrome (PTLDS), Fibromyalgia and Long COVID.

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Exciting news! @Open Medicine Foundation’s StudyME registry is helping expedite research for ME/CFS, Long COVID, Fibromyalgia, and other post-infection illnesses by connecting interested participants with the researchers who conduct studies in these areas. Stand up and by Counted! Let’s show how many people want a cure! 

👥 We need YOU! Researchers need both affected individuals and healthy controls. So, if you or someone you know can participate, let’s stand up and be counted together! OMF is aiming for 100,000 sign-ups!

🔎 Want to know more about StudyME? Check out the info below and sign up here: www.omfcanada.ngo/studyme

The registration process is simple and takes less than 5 minutes! All you need to do is provide your contact information and indicate your areas of interest. In return, you’ll receive email notifications about research opportunities that match your preferences, as they become available, ranging from surveys to treatment trials.

Be sure to share this post widely – everyone is welcome to join! 

Let’s spread the word and help accelerate progress towards a cure! 📣

#MECFS #LongCovid #PatientResearch #StudyME #StudyPages #OpenMedicineFoundation #ClinicalResearch

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Help advance research of #MECFS, #LongCovid, #Fibromyalgia, & other post-infection illnesses! Join @openmedf’s StudyME, a participant registry that connects you with researchers conducting studies in these areas 👉 www.omf.ngo/studyME.  Healthy volunteers needed too!

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Please Join Open Medicine Foundation (@openmedf)s StudyME registry and help expedite research of #MECFS, #LongCOVID, #Fibromyalgia & other post-infection illness research. Sign up at www.omfcanada.ngo/studyme and let’s reach the goal of 100,000 sign-ups!

#StudyME #ClinicalResearch

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Exciting news! @Openmedf’s StudyME registry is helping expedite research for ME/CFS, Long COVID, Fibromyalgia, and other post-infection illnesses by connecting interested participants with the researchers who conduct studies in these areas.

👥 We need YOU! Researchers need both affected individuals and healthy controls. So, if you or someone you know can participate, let’s stand up and be counted together! OMF is aiming for 100,000 sign-ups!

🔎 Want to know more about StudyME? Check out the info below and sign up at www.omfcanada.ngo/studyme

The registration process is simple and takes less than 5 minutes! All you need to do is provide your contact information and indicate your areas of interest. In return, you’ll receive email notifications about research opportunities that match your preferences, as they become available, ranging from surveys to treatment trials.

Be sure to share this post widely – everyone is welcome to join!  

Let’s spread the word and help accelerate progress towards a cure! 📣💙

#MECFS #LongCovid #PatientResearch #StudyME #StudyPages #OpenMedicineFoundation #ClinicalResearch

Reach out to your community

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Dear Community,

Today we’re reaching out with a special request. As you know, we are committed to improving the lives of people with myalgic encephalomyelitis / chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS), Long COVID, and related diseases.

We have some great news for you! You can now sign up for the Open Medicine Foundation’s StudyME registry, which connects individuals who want to participate in research of ME/CFS, Long COVID, and related post-infection illnesses with the researchers conducting these studies.

Sign up here: www.omfcanada.ngo/studyme

You don’t have to be a patient to join! Researchers also require healthy controls. So even if you are healthy, your involvement is still invaluable. By joining, you’ll be supporting patient communities and promoting global scientific research.

The registration process is simple and takes less than 5 minutes! All you need to do is provide your contact information and indicate your areas of interest. In return, you’ll receive email notifications about research opportunities that match your preferences, as they become available, ranging from surveys to treatment trials.

And rest assured that your privacy is of utmost importance. No personal medical information is required. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to StudyME@omf.ngo.

Thank you for considering this opportunity to make a difference in the lives of those affected by these conditions.