The Blue Ribbon Foundation's mission is to foster an international dialogue toward finding the cause, cure, and prevention of neuro-immune diseases.
We seek a world in which all medical students are educated about ME/CFS.
As one of our primary programs, we have created a student fellowship for medical students to assist in top ME/CFS research labs in between their first and second years of medical school. We are proud to partner with the Wisconsin ME/CFS Association and the Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine at Nova Southeastern University to make this […]
The board of directors has been working diligently, putting all their effort into offering a special DVD called the Congressional Pack, at cost for those who want to participate in the day of protest virtually. What follows is a short Q&A with Ryan Prior, the Blue Ribbon Foundation executive director and co-director of Forgotten Plague. What […]
From the #ME Action website: “On May 25, 2016, we did something extraordinary together: we held the largest, loudest protest ever held for ME/CFS. We came out in force: in Boston, Dallas, San Francisco, Seattle, Washington D.C., Raleigh, and Atlanta; in London; in Melbourne; in a Canada-wide virtual protest; in Bergen, Norway; and in Belfast, […]
Forgotten Plague, a documentary that a journalist at The Huffington Post called “a must-see documentary” is now available through ordering a DVD or streaming through Amazon Prime. Much of the documentary’s quest is to educate people on ME/CFS, especially those in the medical and health fields. Getting the film in front of those who […]