Sepulveda, a theoretical immunologist, took one look at ME/CFS and knew he had to be involved.

All it took for Nuno Sepulveda, PhD to get hooked was to read a paper on autoimmunity and ME/CFS. Once this theoretical immunologist did that he was amazed that no one had really checked out the role that the regulatory T-cells – big players in autoimmunity – might be playing in the disease.

Sepulveda’s explorations lead to a new possibility: that people with ME/CFS are stuck in a weird energy wasting, inflammation and fatigue producing kind of immune limbo.
Find out why he thinks that, and what’s next for Sepulveda in the Simmaron Research Foundation sponsored blog:
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HISTORIC Action to Double NIH Funding For ME/CFS Under Way


After years of work it’s time to attempt what we’ve never been able to do before – get Congress to force the NIH to double its funding for ME/CFS. Support the historic bill to increase research funding, add new ME/CFS research centers, require the development of a strategic plan, etc.. It will take less than 5 minutes.

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