Can You Help?

Can you imagine living every day where every system in the body is affected so that you become housebound or bedridden?

The South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) is working to raise awareness and funding for Dr Michael Musker's research studies in Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, also known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS). 

Your generous donation today will transform the lives of over 100,000 Australians living with this debilitating disease.

​​​​​​​"We aim to complete meaningful clinical research projects in collaboration with the ME/CFS community that will enhance the scientific knowledge, developing evidence that can grow over time, and be shared through publication enhancing the international research in this space.  It is our vision to promote evidence of biological changes in those who are suffering from ME/CFS at different stages of wellness. Informing diagnostic intelligence and enhancing biological exploration of ME/CFS." - Dr Mike Musker.


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A good day for an ME/CFS sufferer..

"Life, laughter, fun, freedom, choices, getting to have a shower and enjoy it, able to be out of bed, spontaneously doing things (sort of) still be VERY careful can’t push too much, always the fear that a good day can turn to a bad day." - Aimee De Lurant, 25.

Can easily transition into a bad one..

"In bed for 23 hours 45 minutes a day, sleeping for 20 hours, pain, 400 steps a day is  the equivalent of a marathon, using a mobility scooter to get to the kitchen and bathroom, unable to sit unassisted, very hard to think let alone put thoughts to words, planning everything down to your next breath, breathing is hard, can’t hold head up, overwhelmed by everything, darkness is too bright - Existence not life." 

That's why Dr Mike Musker needs your support to further his research.

Dr Mike Musker and his team are conducting meaningful clinical research projects, offering hope to those impacted by this life changing disorder. 

If you would like to be involved in Mike's research as a participant, get in touch via email at