Do you have fibromyalgia?

  • Take the test.

  • Get the proof.

  • Help find the treatment.

If you’re one of the 20+ million Americans who suffer with the symptoms and skepticism associated with fibromyalgia, here’s great news:

Now there’s a simple fibromyalgia test that gives you the definitive diagnosis you need. The FM/a® Test is fast, easy and covered by Medicare and nearly all insurance plans.

If your FM/a® Test result is positive, you may be able to volunteer for an FDA-approved clinical treatment trial. The trial will investigate a potentially life-changing treatment that could reverse the biology of fibromyalgia and permanently reverse the symptoms of the disease.


An estimated one of every 15 people suffer from this chronic immune system disorder. It affects people of all ages, genders and ethnicities. But until recently, there hasn’t been an easy or reliable fibromyalgia test. Because of the difficult diagnosis and wide range of symptoms, fibromyalgia sufferers often face skepticism from friends, family, and the medical community.


The FM/a® Test is the first and currently the only blood test to definitively diagnose fibromyalgia. Until now, patients suspected of having fibromyalgia could spend years and thousands of dollars looking for explanations for their symptoms. The FM/a® Test can prove if you have it in a matter of days and with 99 percent accuracy.

3 important reasons to get the FM/a® fibromyalgia test…

1. Know the truth once and for all
– and prove it to your boss, family and friends, and healthcare providers.

2. Know you’re treating your disease appropriately.
You can’t be sure if you don’t know for a fact that you have it.

3. Help find a treatment.
With a positive result, you can volunteer to participate in the upcoming FDA-approved clinical treatment trial of a way to reverse the disease and its symptoms.

How does the FM/a® fibromyalgia test work?

The FM/a® Test analyzes your immune system’s white blood cells for their chemokine and cytokine protein patterns. Those who suffer from fibromyalgia will show an abnormal pattern of these protective proteins. The degree of abnormality is scored from 1 to 100. Patients who score higher than 50 are confirmed and documented to be positive for fibromyalgia. Accuracy is near 99 percent.

  • The test requires less than an ounce of blood and results are usually available in about a week.

  • The FM/a® fibromyalgia test is covered by Medicare and most insurance plans.

  • EpicGenetics will arrange for you have blood drawn at a local facility or, if you prefer, we’ll send a medical professional to your home. Either way, there is no cost to you.

  • Your blood specimen will be analyzed at our California CLIA licensed and CAP accredited laboratory.

The FM/a® fibromyalgia test is the result of award-winning research and independent clinical studies at the University of Illinois College of Medicine Chicago. It has been peer-reviewed and published in leading medical journals. Since 2012 it has successfully diagnosed thousands of patients with fibromyalgia around the world.

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I’m ready.
How do I get the FM/a® Test?

Are you experiencing or have you recently experienced at least four of these common fibromyalgia symptoms? If YES, you are a good candidate for the FM/a® fibromyalgia test.

  • Chronic fatigue

  • Many painful or tender areas

  • Mental/brain fogginess

  • Poor sleep

  • Trouble concentrating

  • Frequent headaches

  • Joint aches

  • Leg cramps

  • Restless legs when you sleep

  • Anxiety/nervousness

  • Feeling depressed

  • Numbness or tingling

To get the FM/a® Test, your healthcare provider must provide authorization. If you do not have a physician, EpicGenetics can help you find a healthcare professional.

Looking forward: Treatment and understanding.

Knowing you actually have fibromyalgia is important. But it still leaves important question unanswered. Dr. Bruce Gillis and EpicGenetics are leading the way to find the answers and solutions.

How do we treat this disease, not just mask the symptoms?

Dr. Bruce Gillis of EpicGenetics, via a research gift, is partnering with the Immunobiology Laboratory at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and its director, Dr. Denise Faustman of MGH and the Harvard Medical School, for an FDA-approved human clinical treatment trial of BCG. Unlike today’s therapies, which merely address the symptoms of fibromyalgia, BCG is a vaccine with immune system modifying benefits to actually reverse the biology of fibromyalgia.

If you are 18 years or older and have positive FM/a® fibromyalgia test results, you will be invited to volunteer for this clinical trial.