Banebrytende ME-forskning skal gjøres kjent i Europa!
European Society for ME, med Prof. Dr. Kenny De Meirleir i spissen, vil være med å bidra til at WPIs banebrytende forskning på ME blir kjent i Europa!
ME agenda publiserer følgende:
Dear Whittemore Peterson Institute,
The Scientific Panel, the Board of Directors and the staff of ESME wish to congratulate the Whittemore Peterson Institute on the groundbreaking work they are performing in the area of neuro-immune diseases and especially their work with the XMRV virus. We applaud the thoroughness of your research and the openness with which you are sharing this research information with the world. We believe that by sharing scientific knowledge with this openness, you are starting a new era of scientific cooperation.
ESME would like to help the Whittemore Peterson Institute with information flow in Europe. We have the capacity to professionally translate information to Danish, Dutch, German, Norwegian, French and Spanish and we have a professional website where information can be posted in any of these languages: www.esme-eu.com
ESME has also established a database of approximately 3000 e-mail addresses of European scientists, doctors, medical associations, national and regional ME associations, politicians, journalists and other people interested in ME/CFS. This database allows us to easily distribute information to professionals in many fields. We will gladly use our resources to assist the Whittemore Peterson Institute with the distribution of information in Europe.
In 2009, ESME held two conferences in Norway to educate healthcare personal (and patients) about the diagnostics, treatment, causes and consequences of ME/CFS. ESME will continue organizing these conferences in the coming years throughout Europe. We would like to invite a representative of the WPI to be a guest speaker at future European conferences to help us inform and train European MD’s and therapists better.
With Kind Regards,