Advocacy and Help
for "invisible" illnesses

The UNIFY Coalition website is under
re-construction following a hiatus.  Please check
back periodically for updates.

UNIFY's mission remains the same, as shown below.

Welcome to the UNIFY Coalition

UNIFY is an international advocacy/activist group for those who suffer from the overlapping "invisible" illnesses of CMP, FMS, GWS, MCS, ME/CFS, PPS and related illnesses.  The cause of these illnesses has not yet been determined, but common ground research in other areas may be found useful for potential application.  Some of these would be: RA, Lupus, ALS, MS, ADD, Autism, Lyme Disease, Alzheimerís, Parkinsonís, Diabetes (Type 1), Huntington's Disease and other biochemical abnormalities.

What do all these neuroendocrine, neurological, Immunological illnesses have in common?

1.  All are said to be of unknown origin.
2.  All are said to have no known cure.
3.  All are said to be increasing in incidence at a startling rate.
4.  All are characterized by the degeneration of certain cells of the brain and/or body.

Many in the medical and research community continue to reject these as legitimate illnesses. Activism for these illnesses with a UNIFIED voice will help promote further awareness and research, for the benefit of all.

Our aim is to remain focused on our goal and hopefully find effective treatments, if not a cure.

Thank you for your interest in UNIFY. It is our goal and fervent hope that, together, we will make a difference.

The moral test of government is how it treats those who are in the dawn of life, the children; those who are in the twilight of life, the aged; and those who are in the shadows of life, the sick, the needy and the handicapped.

- Hubert H. Humphrey

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