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"Microbial Basis of Systemic Malodor and PATM Conditions (PATM)"
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"Microbial Basis of Systemic Malodor and PATM Conditions (PATM)"

Dynamics of the Gut Microbiota in
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Sunday, February 12, 2012

Message from Karen James about Rare Disease Day

Karen James; leading Raising Awareness systemic odor campaigner and MEBO Research Public Relations Director in the UK, is once again tying in an awareness campaign with the World Rare Diseases Day on 29th Feb2012.

Below is her message about the campaign. Karen appeared on popular UK mid-morning TV show 'This Morning' last year to raise awareness



Email newsletter from Karen James

Wednesday 29th February is International Rare Diseases Day. It would be good to make our voices heard on this day


I am going to contact all of the organisations from last year’s raising awareness campaigns (who have already been informed about TMAU and its effects) and remind them of our presence. Please join in this effort by doing the same! Below is the gist of the e-mail I will send to them and a list of the UK contacts we targeted last year. It is a good opportunity to e-mail anyone you know with the MEBO Research petition and also to contact organisations in your own country if you are not in the UK. Please add any contacts from outside the UK to the list below and UK sufferers will be sure to support you by e-mailing them as well. You can e-mail most of the contacts using blind carbon copy to save time but I will also send some letters via post as most professional organisations are obliged to reply in writing to any letters received.

The gist of my e-mail:
Karen raises awareness of systemic odor disorders
TMAU and other foul-odour-producing metabolic/systemic disorders (which, unfortunately, are still un-named) are very highly under-diagnosed conditions. TMAU (and other odour disorders) are considered rare disorders. However, the fact that they are so rarely diagnosed is a key issue. We have contacted you before requesting help with a simple task – raising awareness of TMAU and odour conditions primarily amongst the medical professions. We ask you now, on this day which recognises rare diseases, to reconsider the plight of sufferers of this devastating, invisible disability. If our existence continues to be ignored, research is less likely to occur and a cure will not be found. It is our right to be heard on this day and to protest against the social rejection and dismissive attitudes we face.

Below is a raising awareness petition devised by MEBO Research which can be signed (anonymously) by any individuals who believe that sufferers of odour disorders have the same human rights as other human beings.

http://www.meboblog.com/2011/06/raising-awareness-and-research-funding.html


UK Contacts

Royal College General Practitioners
circ@rcgp.org.uk
chair-circ@rcgp.org.uk
chiefexecutive@rcgp.org.uk
president@rcgp.org.uk
chairman@rcgp.org.uk
vicechair@rcgp.org.uk
chair-scottish-counc@rcgp.org.uk
nedmunds@rcgp.org.uk
chairmanni@rgcp.org.uk
international@rcgp.org.uk
ppgchair@rcgp.org.uk
NSparrow@rcgp.org.uk
rpalmer@rcgp.org.uk
doliver@rcgp.org.uk
pnewman@rcgp.org.uk
swest@rcgp.org.uk

Royal college of Physicians
Humphrey.Hodgson@RCPLondon.ac.uk
education-courses@rcplondon.ac.uk

General Medical council
education@gmc-uk.org
gmc@gmc-uk.org
publicatons@gmc-uk.org
gmctoday@gmc-uk.org

Media
thismorning@itv.com


Medical Research Council
Linda.Willmott@headoffice.mrc.ac.uk.

NPSA
enquiries@npsa.nhs.uk
queries@nres.npsa.nhs.uk


Health MPs
lansleya@parliament.uk
simon.burns.mp@parliament.uk
dhmail@dh.qsi.gov.uk
anne.milton.mp@parliament.uk

Dental Orgs.
enquiries@bda.org
dentalbranch@dhsspsni.gov.uk
wag-en@mailuk.custhelp.com
fgdp@rcseng.ac.uk
editor@badn.org.uk

USA infectious disease clinic
gnoskin@northwestern.edu


Apologies for those e-mails which do not work. Please add relevant contacts to the list. I have not included online contacts or addresses for written letters but let me know if you would like these also.
Any other ideas?

Kindest regards
Karen

PS. please forward this e-mail to anyone else who may want to take part

body odor petition
MEBO Research

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