Research Projects 2021

We are consistently focused on researching treatments that work and ways of managing Menieres symptoms.

Latest Research

Stem Cell Research

We have now completed phase one of our investigation into Stem Cell research with our research partner Dr Arianna Ferrini who is an expert in stem cell and gene therapy. As a result of this work we believe stem cell treatment has potential to make a great difference to the lives of people suffering from Menieres Disease.
 
The graphic attached to this page captures the work Arianna has done for us so far.
 

For the latest information on how our research is going for stem cell treatment and the success of our fund raising activities please click on this link 

Functional Medicine Research

Functional Medicine looks at the health of the body as a whole rather than just focusing on particular symptom areas and searches for the root cause of problems. It is a rapidly growing discipline and many doctors are changing to the functional medicine approach to treat their patients.

We have a Functional Medicine partner Jan Clementson who is very familiar with Menieres Disease and has been working with a number of our members to relieve their symptoms using Functional Medicine testing and protocols. 

Jan Clementson
Jan Clementson

If you would like a free 30 minute discovery session  with Jan to see if she could help you manage your symptoms then you can contact her and book it via her website here

Jan works remotely and has clients globally, so she can help you where ever you are in the world.        

 

Survey’s

Symptom Management Survey

We are using this survey to collate from menieres sufferers the effective measures they use to manage their symptoms.

If you are a menieres sufferer you can contribute today by completing this survey, it’s a tick box exercise which takes on average 6 minutes to complete.

We aim to share the results of this survey and to use it to inform our research into effective treatment protocols.

You can access the survey by clicking on this link      

Menieres 200 Project , aims to put 200 Meniere’s sufferers through an initial screening questionnaire examining what their likely root cause is. This can then go on to inform a targeted testing programme looking for the presence of bacteria, viruses, toxins, structural issues etc, which studies show are all likely root causes of Meniere’s Disease. 

Unfortunately testing itself is very expensive and we need to raise around £300k to pay for testing. This would need corporate funding by some means, which we are also investigating

 

Linking up Meniere’s sufferers

Meniere’s is a multifactorial set of symptoms i.e. there can be many causes for the symptoms being displayed.

Using our presence on social media we aim to link up Menieres sufferers with the latest research available to help them manage their symptoms

Raising Funds for Research into Meniere’s Disease

In the UK for example there is no Government funding currently being set aside specifically for Meniere’s. We are trying to raise the profile to achieve significant funding into the research of Meniere’s Disease. 

We are committed to raising significant funding into research of Meniere’s Disease.

You can help us by registering and donating to our charity. We are an entirely voluntary organisation. All funding raised will be 100% utilised into achieving our objectives

While you are here :

We are a patient led global charity registered in the UK dedicated to helping you find your ROOT CAUSE and find TREATMENTS THAT WORK.

JOIN WITH US TODAY AND RECEIVE 3 FREE GIFTS:

– A GUIDE ON HOW TO HELP YOU FIND YOUR OWN ROOT CAUSE, SHOWING 17 POTENTIAL ROOT CAUSES TO INVESTIGATE

– A GUIDE TO A TREATMENT PROGRAMME TO ADDRESS YOUR POTENTIAL ROOT CAUSES BASED ON PROVEN FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE PROTOCOLS

– A SUMMARY OF THE FIRST 100 RESPONSES TO OUR QUESTIONNAIRE WHICH CONFIRMS THAT MENIERES DISEASE ATTACKS ALL AGES

The Root Cause guide has been built up from patient feedback supplied by our members.

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