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Donate Your Brain to Find a Cure for ME/CFS

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One of the best ways to advance research toward finding answers about neurologic disorders is through post-mortem brain donation - and the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) reports an urgent need for donations from patients who’ve suffered with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/ Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS). Arranging in advance to donate ...

Congress delays vote on American Health Care plan – Act now

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Please note: #MEAction welcomes submissions from all contributors regarding issues that affect the health care of people living with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis. This action reflects the viewpoint of the individual submitter and not necessarily of #MEAction. We welcome all submissions regarding the American Health Care Act. #MEAction is a non-partisan organization, and is not affiliated ...

Europe gears up for its third #MillionsMissing Day of Action

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Europe is gearing up for its third #MillionsMissing Day of Action set for May 12th, which is the international day of awareness for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME).   Organizers from #MillionsMissing groups across Europe are working together to share ideas and prepare for their awareness events in Norway, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, ...

Video: How to protect American healthcare

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Housing Works is mobilizing people who want to fight for health care. Housing Works provided this webinar last month on how to protect and improve healthcare in the U.S. using a tactic called "bird-dogging." ...
SHAPE Lab Tech(Oscar Ortiz) draws blood from a Army soldier(Karla Bayles).

SF Bay Area: Get Stanford Some Healthy Controls!

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If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area, or know any others who do, please consider asking them to donate blood to the Stanford Genome Technology Center as a healthy control. The blood will be used for multiple purposes, including in Ron Davis's ME/CFS research.  If you know individuals ...
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Join the webinar tomorrow: 6 Ways to Maximize Your Congressional Impact.

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Join SolveCFS for their first advocacy webinar on "6 ways to maximize your congressional impact." Thurs., March 2, 10-11 a.m. PST SMCI Advocacy and Engagement Manager, Emily Taylor, will lead the webinar, which is the first in Solve's advocacy webinar series: "Power to the Patients." To register for the free webinar, go here: ...
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Thank Senator Markey for promising to help ME patients

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On Thursday, Feb. 23, I attended a packed town hall meeting in Northampton, Massachusetts with my U.S. senator, Ed Markey (D-MA). Around 1,400 constituents were present in both the main auditorium and the overflow room where the event was live streamed. I was one of the few who got to ...
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Host a dinner to fundraise for ME/CFS researchers

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“Dining for Dollars” is a fund raising idea from the AIDS era and we hope to spread the idea by posting the results of our own dinner held this past weekend ...

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U.S.: Join us for a training on bird-dogging with Paul Davis, National Advocacy Coordinator for Housing Works on Sunday, Feb. 19 at 2:30pm E.T. The call will run for 90 minutes. The focus of this training will be on how to speak truth to power and protect (to the best of our ...
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 ...
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