Congratulations to the group of affected by ME / CFS We made it! Thanks to all donors of campaign Finished our Verkami term, we are happy to announce that we have greatlysucceeded in reaching the 29,000 euros needed to fund new research project IrsiCaixa "Characterization of regulatory T cells in patients with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome": -In Verkami have raised 19,700 euros. -In Account ASSSEM, including donations and membership fees, we have at this time the sum of8,021 euros. -The College of Nursing has donated to Catalonia IrsiCaixa 2,000 euros for this project. -ASSSEM, and moved a few months ago with all I had, ie 3,500 euros to account for this project. In total there are: € 19,700 + € 8,021 + € 2,000 + € 3,500 = € 33,221 Of this gross amount, we must deduct the cost of this campaign, earrings quantify, including commission payments (Verkami, cards, PayPal) and shipping of the books offered in the rewards. In the coming days, we will also contacting those who by their contribution showed their intention of joining ASSSEM. Overrun, ASSSEM recover part of their membership fees to meet the expenses of the association if any and the rest will remain as fund for future research. This fund also will donations that may be received on account ASSSEM from today onwards because they want to establish an ongoing collaborative research into CFS / ME and other illnesses associated with IrsiCaixa and other research centers today same. We believe that change in the future of our diseases is the commitment of the group in power to lead the change and in the first person, with those affected generators opportunities and course changes. Today thanks to the efforts of all concerned that we have become involved in this campaign, we have ensured that the prestigious IrsiCaixa team, coordinated by Julia White, can still work in the knowledge of our illness. Fte: Medical Journal The success of this campaign also gives us the opportunity to consolidate Spain is among the few countries of reference in immunological research of ME / CFS. This will allow the team of Julia White aspire to participate in future projects coordinated with other teams of international prestige, which we are beginning to take shape with the support of concerned organizations in other countries.