Mendus Reports are articles prepared from the results of our studies which have reached a sufficient level of statistical power. A report is written as a scientific article and may or may not be peer reviewed and/or published.
Most studies will remain open for people to join even after a Report has been written.
Our first peer reviewed article reports on an in depth survey we ran with our vitamin B12 deficiency community. Over 200 participants reported their symptoms and use of B12 and related supplements. We show that oral B12 is not as effective as injections and that more frequent injections are associated with better symptom management.
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This reports features two (DIY) double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover trials, with fibromyalgia and myalgic encephalomyelitis and chronic fatigue syndrome investigating the potential benefit of the mitochondrial-targeted supplement MitoQ. A third open label group of ME/CFS participants brought the sample size to 142. Pain reduction and memory improvement was observed in the FM cohort.
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