MEBO Research is a
EURORDIS and
NORD Member Organization
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TMAU Test through MEBO Research

MEBO Research International
TMAU Urine Test
Provided by the
Cleveland Clinic

SEE UPDATES HERE
$150 plus
shipping costs

for one test,

$250plus
shipping costs

for 2 tests over time.
TWO PAYMENT PLAN OPTION
Send email to maria.delatorre@meboresearch.org to arrange, AFTER filling out Requisition Form, please..
(supplied with test-kit)

TMAU Test
Results Form

sent via email

For Questions and Answers, see

MEBO's Interactive
Q & A Forum

Test analysis will normally occur in batches of 15 to 20

DATE: 13 April 2014
Now on : Batch #10
Samples analyzed since June 2012 : 172
Current samples sent to lab for Batch#9 : 15 shipped to lab on 20MAR14
Total Program samples sold since June 2012 : 217
Samples sold not returned to MEBO : 19
Current samples received for Batch#10 : 11


Will send 15 to 20 samples to Cleveland Clinic lab for Batch#10.

Sonya's TMAU diet book

One of our group, Sonya McClinton, has written a 'low choline' recipe book. If you buy from Amazon through these links MEBO get a small % at no extra cost to the buyer


Amazon USA
33 sold

Amazon UK
9 sold
Don't have a kindle ? There are details on the right-side of the amazon pages how to download an app for smartphones, PC, or tablet. For Spain/Canada use the Amazon links in the left sidebar

tell others: send these links
Amazon USA : http://goo.gl/iisvYR
Amazon UK : http://goo.gl/mH2ZyN
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DONATIONS THRU 11-APR-2014:
£ 803.03/GBP
$ 513.00/USD

TOTAL at today's ROE
£1,109.37 = $1,857.75

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Upcoming get-togethers

TMAU support group in Ormond Beach, Florida
contact Hilda at hpostell@rocketmail.com

Let us know if you want a meetup listed

Skype Group

International Skype group

Join through skype : username "Jo Jo"
members so far : 71
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create a free account
Search for skunkhugsj : Make him a contact
Or ask anyone in the group to add you to group

Bi-Weekly Group Calls

USA : (712) 432 1620
access code : 391629#
NON USA : add 001 prefixGeneral Conferences: normally every other Sunday starting at 2:00pm - 4:30pm Eastern Time.

Note: can also be used anytime for unscheduled group chats

Free USA-based phone conferences (if you have a long distance call plan. Otherwise you will be charged as a long-distance call)

For USA-based : (712) 432 1620 then type the access code on your phone keypad: 391629#
Non USA : prefix above with 001 but check to see if it is free with your supplier

Record number of callers : 70+
If privacy is a concern, code your phone to PRIVATE mode
This phone line can be used anytime to talk to other sufferers
You don't need to talk. You can just listen

MEBO Community Outreach Program

Click here, Scroll down, Click on
"This belongs on CNN"
Cheryl Fields, Ph.D. (ABD)
MEBO Community
Outreach Director
Book uplifting seminars for free.

Click here for details and scroll downHome/Voicemail (785)-286-7005
email: cheryl.fields@meboresearch.org


Cheryl's CNN campaign

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Friday, February 17, 2012

Recruiting volunteer help for MEBO Programs

I am very happy to say that MEBO Research US and UK have grown very much these past months with the increased numbers of members in its directorship. As a result, the large volume of work has quadrupled, as new programs are being launching this year, as new directors bring with them new projects. These international programs consist of the MEBO-Menssana Alveolar Breath Test, the MEBO-Cleveland Clinic TMAU Test, starting the MEBO Membership List, and the Quality of Live research study by Dr. Colin Harvey-Woodworth. Each of these and other projects that are on the works entails a great deal of background, as those listed below.


  1. Web designing

  2. To write programs for our projects,

  3. a. Membership list,
    b. Scientific survey database,
    c. Create interactive test requisition forms and surveys in LimeSurvey, such as the one already done for the MEBO-Cleveland Clinic TMAU Test Requisiton Form.

  4. Bookkeeping with QuickBooks,

  5. Helping with secretarial work, including writing emails, letters, minutes of Board Meetings, maintain FedEx accounts for the Cleveland Clinic and Menssana tests, etc.

  6. Fundraising activities

  7. Raising awareness activities (writing emails and letters) during specific drives

  8. Accounting (occasionally)

  9. Legal services (occasionally)

  10. Translators into as many languages as possible – take any post from the English or Spanish blog and translate them into other languages.

Since MEBO is comprised solely of volunteers who want to work toward promoting research and uniting to find a cure, any and all of these tasks would be very flexible in the amount of hours expected a day, week, month, or year that a sufferer may want to invest in them. It is up to the volunteer to determine how much and when to donate time and work.

I am most grateful to each and every person who has contributed to MEBO Research's aims in one way or another. Our cause is as strong as the participation invested by members of our international community in as many languages as possible.

If anyone is interested in volunteering, please send an email to maria.delatorre@meboresearch.org

María

halitosis research
María de la Torre
Founder and Executive Director

A Public Charity
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body odor petition
MEBO Research

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

It seems we are having a hard time getting chronic odor recognized for disability . I feel this may be partly due to our subjectivity . For this reason I was thinking it is important to get the opinion of employers and businesses about odor .

What do employers think about hiring someone who has severe odor due to hygiene choice ?

Then how do they feel about someone with severe odor due to a medical issue ?

How about businesses ? There are lots of places touting "odor free" signs. Airlines ,Buses, trains, stores, all the places we may dread. What is the consensus for how they treat people with strong odor ?

We can say all day how its horrible they way we are treated . How its hard to get jobs, the anxiety ,etc.. . Because its coming from the sufferer ,maybe its swept under the rug . My suggestion is to inadvertently have the other side speak for us instead.

Would anyone like to write a brief questionnaire to employers /businesses to get input on strong odors ?

Please contact me jojo@meboresearch.org
Thank you folks

February 18, 2012 at 2:59 AM
Maria de la T., Founder and Executive Director, MEBO Research said...

Thanks jojo for your recommendation. I agree, this would be a very good approach. I like the idea of targeting those businesses that are places most dreaded by sufferers.

I would like to see a group of sufferers get together to come up with a few questions to ask these businesses, and a few persons who would help get email addresses of the Public Relations or Human Resources Department of these companies, so that we can send them the questions.

Maybe this could be a topic of discussion in today's Skype call? All readers of this post are encouraged to present their questions to employers in this comment box.
María

February 18, 2012 at 8:35 AM
aj.mcclay said...

Cheryl fields should be included in this!

February 22, 2012 at 4:10 PM
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