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Is the Dutch Health Council really going to Ignore 10,000 signatures?

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Keep up-to-date on this issue by following the Twitter accounts @mecvsnieuws and @ME_gids More than 10,400 signatures for the Dutch petition ‘ME is not MU(P)S’ (Medically Unexplained (Physical) Symptoms) was presented to Prof. van Gool, president of the Dutch Health Council three weeks ago on September 18th. The petition aims to hold ...

OMF Strengthens Our International Ties – Corrected Link to Translations

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OMF expands international outreach. Corrected link to the translation page ...

A New Era for ME/CFS Research – SMCI’s Discovery Forum

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Announcing Discovery Forum 2017: A New Era in ME/CFS Research ...

OMF’s Triple Giving Tuesday is Coming Soon

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Announcing the generous pledge of an OMF family to match donations 3 to 1 for Triple Giving Tuesday OMF ...

OMF Strengthens Our International Ties

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OMF begins translation program to strengthen international ties ...

7 Reasons for Why It’s #TimeForUnrest

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The #TimeForUnrest campaign has officially kicked off, and these are some of my reasons for for why it’s #TimeForUnrest. 1. People are dying ...

Individual Community Symposium Talks Available on OMF YouTube Channel

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Watch individual presentations and Q&A from the Community Symposium on the Molecular Basis of ME/CFS ...

Breaking News: NIH Announces Results of ME/CFS Program Awards

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The National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced today the outcome of its ME/CFS (myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome) competitive consortium grants, marking an unprecedented and tangible commitment from the federal agency to the disease. The NIH announced four recipient teams; one Data Management Coordination Center (DMCC) and three Collaborative Research Centers ...

NIH announces centers for ME/CFS research

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The NIH announced the grants for three Collaborative Research Centers (CRC) and a Data Management Coordinating Center (DMCC) that will work together as a consortium for ME/CFS. These grants will be managed by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. The total cost of the ...

These Dangerous ME/CFS Exercise And Symptom Denial Trials Must Come To An End

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The most morally generous description I can give to the majority of exercise and symptom-denial medical trials performed on ME/CFS patients is 'torture born from ignorance'. Even if you were to describe the evidence of harm as a result of the treatments explored by these trials as preliminary and often ...
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