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South Africa: Investigative news channel features ME & #MillionsMissing

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The South African investigative journalism program Carte Blanche has aired a well-researched segment featuring the struggle of the ME community around the world. An article about women suffering with ME in South Africa accompanies the video. The segment includes footage from the #MillionsMissing protest in September. The ME/CFS Foundation South Africa was behind ...
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Living with a Spouse who has ME/CFS – webinar series

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The Bateman Horne Center is honored to host a free, two-part discussion panel program: “Living with a Spouse Who has ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia." Part 1 will feature husbands whose wives are ill and part 2 will feature wives whose husbands are ill in an open discussion about an often difficult ...

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Australian ME/CFS doctor awarded Order of Australia Medal

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Well respected Australian doctor, Richard Schloeffel, was amongst those to receive an Order of Australia Medal (OAM) in this year’s Australia Day honours list, for his service to medicine in the field of chronic and infectious disease ...

Stanford team announces update on ME/CFS research

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A research team at Stanford gave an update yesterday on some of the breakthroughs its team has made in understanding the metabolic cycles that are not working properly in people with ME/CFS that might be at the heart of the disease. Ronald W. Davis, PhD, made the announcement via YouTube. Davis directs ...

Is SIRS, CARS, MARS – and now PICS – causing the “CHAOS” in ME/CFS?

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Could ME/CFS be the post SIRS ‘immune paralysis’ state of CARS (Compensatory Anti-Inflammatory Response Syndrome)? Or MARS (mixed antagonists response syndrome)? ...
Health minister Jane Philpott, right, held a meet and greet at the Markham District Veterans Association building. Scott Simpson,left, and Jeffrey Smith, centre with hat, are part of a planned protest. Protesters want more funding and a change of thinking towards neurological illness ME myalgic encephalomyelitis. Jan 15, 2016

Canada uses “bird-dogging tactics” to force meeting with health minister

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Toronto: #MillionsMissing activists attended their federal health minister’s “meet-and-greet” on Jan. 14th to ask the health minister to respond publicly to their request that she announce Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) is a biological - and not psychological - illness. This tactic to pin down an official with a specific question in ...

pwME to NIH: People with ME are Being Murdered by Neglect

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An American with ME had strong words for the National Institute of Health (NIH): You have stolen 40 years of my life. Johanna Kaiser gave a brave testimony about the neglect of people with ME during the February 1, 2017 phone meeting with the NIH in which institute leaders answered questions about ...
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NIH answers questions about research centers for ME

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Want to know more about the research centers and data center being planned for ME/CFS by the National Institute of Health (NIH)? Directors at the NIH discussed the research centers and answered questions from people with ME along with researchers in a phone call on Feb. 2. The NIH will provide ...

 

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