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Could your DNA provide a clue to the reason for fibromyalgia?

Could your DNA provide a clue to the reason for fibromyalgia? Be part of the largest genetic study ever conducted into fibromyalgia…

Are you fed up with poor treatment of chronic pain? We will be able to devise better therapies only with improved understanding of the biology of pain. We are exploring the genetics of chronic pain by:-

  • collecting 2000 samples of DNA from people with fibromyalgia/chronic widespread pain

Volunteers urgently needed! We will ask you simply to

  • fill in a pain questionnaire about you and your symptoms
  • donate a blood sample at your surgery (we will send the blood taking kit)

We aim to publish the results and will post a summary of the research in the FMA UK newsletter. If you provide an email we can provide feedback from your questionnaire.

Get in touch (0207 188 1928) and we will send you the details or click on the following link http://www.dtrsurvey.co.uk/fibrogene

Thank you very much for your help.

Dr Frances Williams,
Senior Lecturer and Hon Consultant Rheumatologist
Dept Twin Research,
King’s College London
St Thomas’ Hospital
London SE1 7EH

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