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Long-COVID-Recovery.ORG is a not-for-profit voluntary association that is run for the public benefit by unpaid volunteers. We have adopted the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) model constitution as the basis for our own constitution.
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Our vision is to help as many people as possible recover from Long COVID
Our mission is to help you recover from Long COVID.
We focus on cooperating with healthcare professionals, patient groups and researchers across the world, to search for and collate helpful evidence-based science news, treatment guidelines and nutritional immunology treatment approaches (using diet, vitamins, minerals, plant extracts and other nutrients) to help recovery.
We believe in working collaboratively across multiple disciplines, being open minded to new scientific evidence and providing clear jargon-free communication to the public.
We welcome collaboration enquiries from medical researchers, medical practitioners (conventional / mainstream), nutritional, functional, integrative) and healthcare charities involved with research.
Patient Recovery Stories
We welcome patient stories: if you feel you’ve made progress towards recovery from Long COVID, then get in touch and share your experience. We’d love to know what worked for you so that we can add it to our website and help others!
We also welcome members of the media interested in covering this area, whether it’s print, radio, TV or online. Please get in touch and let us know what area you are interested in - science or patient recovery stories.
Our Research Content Partners & Providers
The content on this website was assembled with information partly or wholly provided by the following scientific journals, medical organisations, patient support groups, supplement manufacturers, media publications, universities and government agencies.
Scientific Journals & Resources
National Library of Medicine
The Royal Society
The British Medical Journal
Guidelines in Practice
Integrative Medicine: A Clinician's Journal
Oxford University Press
Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
medRxiv Pre-Print Server
Medical Organisations & Patient Support Groups
National Health Service
The Institute for Functional Medicine
British Pharmacology Society
National Institute for Health Research
Hospital Healthcare Europe
Body Politic COVID-19 Support Group
Better Nutritional Science
Love Life Supplements
Holland & Barret
Nu U Nutrition
Universities & Government Organisations
University of Edinburgh
Imperial College London
University of Michigan
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Netherlands
Please note content provided by these organisations does not indicate an endorsement or approval of the content provided on Long-COVID-recovery.org.
Please note this website is provided as a source of information for discussion and research purposes only. The information contained does not constitute medical advice. If you need urgent medical assistance please contact your national health service. This website does not provide emergency medical assistance.
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