Welcome to the NEI Center website. The NeuroEndocrineImmune (NEI) Center is a project of P.A.N.D.O.R.A., Inc. in partnership with the Lanford Foundation Lifelyme, Inc. The NEI Center will be the first research center of its kind. Individuals in need of assistance will benefit from cutting edge science, clinical support, and research, including our computer-aided disease diagnosis and treatment (CADDT) system, which will be specifically designed for multi-system illnesses and complex diseases. The end result will be world-wide access for patients, who will be able to find community social services and resources that will help them feel better, live longer and enhance their quality of life.
The NeuroEndocrineImmune (NEI) Center is a community, patient-driven grass roots project of P.A.N.D.O.R.A. in partnership with the Lanford FoundationLifelyme, Inc. It will be the first research center to incorporate biomedical engineering, scientific, and clinical research and integrate patient computer-aided disease diagnosis and treatment (CADDT), which was specifically designed for multisystem illnesses and complex diseases. Guided by medical scientists and clinical researchers, with pertinent social services, the center staff will enhance the quality of life for millions of patients worldwide. The Center and its satellite locations will strive to facilitate cooperative and authoritative educational resources in clinical research, medical ethics, accountability, and patient/caregiver education, with the goal of providing new, integrated treatment programs for complex chronic illnesses.
The cornerstone of the NEI Center is that discoveries and advances made in any one of the neuroendocrineimmune illnesses: chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), myalgic encephalomyelitis or encephalopathy (ME), fibromyalgia (FM), Gulf War syndrome/illness (GWS/GWI), multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS), environmental illness (EI), chronic or persistent Lyme disease (CLD-PLD), Alzheimer's Disease (AD), and autism, will be applicable and beneficial to other neuroendocrineimmune illnesses, thereby bringing us closer to a cure.