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Klimas Conference Video 4: The Basics of Treating CFS/ME and GWI

Jody Smith continues her review of INIM’s Patient Conference with a look at Dr Irma Rey’s presentation. In the fourth video of the Institute for Neuro Immune Medicine’s Patient Conference in January, Dr. Klimas introduced Dr. Irma Rey, Assistant Professor of Medicine, of the Department of Clinical Immunology. Dr. Rey is also Director of Medical Education, Nova Southeastern University, College

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Klimas Conference Video 3: Voices of Hope

Jody Smith continues her review of Nova’s Patient Conference for Dr Klimas with a look at three patients who have improved significantly. “No one has ever taught me more about what to do than my patients.” So said Dr. Nancy Klimas at the Patient Conference hosted by Nova Southeastern University on January 26, 2013. This has to be one of

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Klimas Conference Videos 1 and 2: INIM’s Big Plan

by Jody Smith A Patient Conference for Dr. Nancy Klimas was hosted by Nova Southeastern University on January 26, 2013. I was delighted to see Vonnie Kennedy’s article A Celebration of Hope and Progress with her first-hand view of the morning sessions. Vonnie did not have the advantage I’ve had of being able to see the videos from the conference,


Dr. Klimas on the Immune System, Treatment Options, Recovery and the Future (2008)

We take advantage of a recent paper, a Prohealth chat and Name Change Campaign Profile with Dr. Nancy Klimas, professor, physician, researcher, and advocate to do a review of the recent immune findings, treatment options and see what Dr. Klimas believes the future looks like for chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS). First we’ll take a look at her paper and then at Dr. Klimas’s Prohealth chat and her profile. 


Dr. Klimas Talks – on her new CFS Research Institute at Nova Southeastern University

Posted by Cort Johnson  I can promise we will be providing cutting edge research and care, and educating providers like never before.  Dr. Nancy Klimas Dr. Klimas recently left the University of Miami to head up a new Institute dedicated to researching chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) and Gulf War Illness  at Nova Southeastern University. Dr. Klimas worked at the Univ.


Pt. III: The Success Stories: Dr. Klimas’s Heart Rate Based Exercise/Activity Management Program …

Posted by Cort Johnson “The Month Of ME’ – in response to a challenge and in recognition of the important role the term myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) has played and continues to play in this disorder, August, 2011 will be the‘Month of ME’ on Phoenix Rising. We will examine ME’s role in this disorder throughout the month. All articles, blogs and posts produced


Dr. Nancy Klimas on Her New Clinic, Pathogens and XMRV s(1/10)

Dr. Nancy Klimas on Her New Clinic, Pathogens and XMRV s(1/10) Why did you decide to open up a new clinic? You already appear to be one of the busiest persons in the chronic fatigue syndrome world. You were the President of the IACFS/ME, you’re on the CFSAC committee, you’re a CFS and Gulf War Illness (GWI) researcher, you have