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Laura Fisher a Meniere’s sufferer herself and a recent keynote speaker at the Meniere’s Society Annual Conference is running an on line group coaching programme for 20 subscribers called : Manage your Meniere’s in 6 weeks. Full details here.

 

The Meniere’s Research Foundation institute (MRFi) in Sydney Australia held their 5th Annual Symposium on 3rd Nov 2018. They announced the start of a human trial on a new treatment and gave an update on their last 12 months of research. 

 

Awareness programme underway !

 

 

 

We have runners in the Great North Run on 9th September, the Worlds largest half marathon. Any money they raise will be donated directly to Menieres research. Any donation of any size will help. Donate here

 

 

Dr Jose Antonio Lopez Escamez who leads the Otology & Neurotology team at Genyo

We have recently made a cash donation to The Otology & Neurotology team at Genyo led by Dr Jose Antonio Lopez Escamez. who are world leaders in genome research into Meniere;s disease. See more details here

 

 

 

 

Join us today and help increase research into Meniere’s disease. Sign up for our e-newsletter and keep up to date with the research we are monitoring and the solutions that are emerging SIGN UP

 

 

 

A Hole in my life – will really enhance your knowledge of the inner ear

Philippa Thomson tells her incredible story as she embarks on a journey to get a diagnosis for chronic dizziness. She battles her way through the medical maze in this utterly amazing story of determination, despair, arduous research and brilliant detective work. You can buy the book here 

 

 

 

Article on Menieres Diagnosis in British Journal for General Practice

We are focusing on Diagnosis. This article in the British Journal for General Practice calls for a more careful evaluation of a Meniere’s diagnosis. You can read it here bjgpDec-2017-67-665-569

 

 

 

Elikem has had Meniere’s since 2010 and is totally deaf in her left ear. She still has regular vertigo attacks

Elikem has joined us and set up MENIERE’S AFRICA within our group. She is anxious to find other Meniere’s sufferers in Africa. It would really help her if you would sign up with us so that we can organise better diagnosis and treatment in Africa  JOIN WITH HER HERE 

 

 

 

If you could show support for our cause by liking our Facebook page HERE , that would be really appreciated.

Even the smallest donation to our crowd funding page on Just Giving  HERE would help fund our awareness campaigns

Menieres is a life shattering disease of the inner ear which leads people to lose their jobs, lose their driving licence and to become so afraid of random vertigo attacks they will not leave the house alone. It leads to depression, anxiety, isolation and ultimately total deafness.

156 years gone and still no cure

There is currently no recognised cure for Meniere’s disease.