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CHROME (Case History Research on ME) was a registered charity founded in 1994 which aimed to identify as many severely disabled myalgic encephalomyelitis sufferers as possible in the UK and to monitor the course of their illness over a period of ten years.[1]

Aims[edit | edit source]

Services[edit | edit source]

Funding[edit | edit source]

Trustees[edit | edit source]

  • Margaret Fear
  • Ray Gibbons BSc (secretary)
  • Inge Heinrich PhD MSc
  • Geoffrey Jackson BA PhD
  • Ken Manley
  • Colin Parratt Bsc
  • Chris Richards MA PhD (founder and vice-chair)
  • Mary Simmonds
  • Rev Ken Street MA (chair and treasurer)

Medical advisors[edit | edit source]

Notable studies[edit | edit source]

  • 1998, Severe CFS/ME of Juvenile Onset— A Report from the CHROME Database[2] (Abstract)
  • 2009, Severe ME/CFS in Adults-A report from the CHROME Database[3](Full Text)

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