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Recordings from Simmaron’s Roundtable: Scientifically Redefining ME/CFS

Simmaron’s Pre-FDA Workshop Roundtable: Scientifically Redefining ME/CFS, April 25, 2013

Simmaron Scientific Advisor Dr. Daniel Peterson hosted a roundtable discussion in the hours before the FDA’s Drug Development Workshop. He is joined by Dr. Nancy Klimas, Dr. Derek Enlander, Dr. Charles Lapp and Simmaron Researcher Gunnar Gottschalk to discuss state of the art diagnosis and clinical excellence in ME/CFS.

Read Cort Johnson’s Blog, Physicians Roundtable I: Diagnostics

Each of the recordings below is about 30 minutes long (the first is just a recording of the date).

Listen in on the field’s top experts at your own pace!

Scientifically Redefining ME/CFS Recording 1 – Date stamp (1 minute)

 

Scientifically Redefining ME/CFS Recording 2

 

Content:  Dr. Peterson opens the roundtable, discusses improvements in diagnostics and identifies immunological abnormalities that can be tested. He continues with a discussion of Natural Killer Cells and biological measures for treatment and improvement.

 

 Scientifically Redefining ME/CFS Recording 3

 
Content:  Dr. Klimas and Dr. Enlander discuss approaches to diagnosis and evaluation of ME/CFS patients.

 

Scientifically Redefining ME/CFS Recording 4

 

Content:  Drs. Peterson, Klimas, Enlander and Lapp begin an interactive discussion about the needs and approaches to clinical assessment.


 

Scientifically Redefining ME/CFS Recording 5

 

Content:  Drs Peterson, Klimas, Enlander and Lapp discusses biomarkers, treatments, outcome measures and misdiagnoses.

 

 

Scientifically Redefining ME/CFS Recording 6

 

Content:  Simmaron Research Coordinator Gunnar Gottschalk gives Cidofovir results presented at Paris HHV6/7 International Conference

 

 

Scientifically Redefining ME/CFS Recording 7

 

Content: Dr. Peterson and Mr. Gottschalk discuss Simmaron’s research activities for the last two years.

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