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Ed Markey, Senator from Massachusetts

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 ...

Congress is home & hosting public meetings

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U.S. House and Senate members are home in their districts for the month of February. Many will be holding public town hall meetings, tele-town meetings (via phone) or events this month. It’s a great opportunity to speak directly to your congressperson at a public gathering about the urgent need of congressional ...

ME Activist Basics: Bird-Dogging and YOU!

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Bird-dog: (verb) search out or pursue with dogged determination. Contact with elected officials at town hall meetings cannot be overvalued. Handfuls of bird-doggers attend meetings around the country and change the course of history everyday.  Never heard of bird-dogging?  Bird-dogging is a strategy used by activists who seek out elected officials, ...
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Drastic changes to Ampligen clinical trial hurts ME patients – sign the petition to fight it

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Patients in the Ampligen clinical trial are asking for community help to protest changes that will force many to stop getting this medicine. Please sign our petition urging Hemispherx to put ME patients first, always ...
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Help spread the Bristol Cable article about #stopGET

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On Tuesday 24th January a Bristol Cable article from the #stopGET team about children with ME, FITNET, MAGENTA and patient opposition to GET/CBT will go online ...

Winners of the #MillionsMissing Art competition

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We're excited to announce the winners of the #MillionsMissing Art competition. 1st prize went to CJ Janzen from Cambridge, Ontario who made two amazing songs about ME. Listen here: Myalgic Encephalomyelitis Song - Rough by CJ Janzen | Free Listening on SoundCloud A Song For M.E. by CJ Janzen | Free Listening ...
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Send TGIF Letters to Francis Collins

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Friday Letters to Francis Collins ...
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Register your comment for the upcoming CFSAC meeting!

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The CFS Advisory Committee want to hear from YOU! ...

Update: the ongoing work of #MillionsMissing

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  Momentum continues from the #MillionsMissing campaign that was born last May. Activists took to the streets worldwide in 11 cities in May -  and in 25 cities in September - to protest their government's neglect of people with ME. While the posters are now stored away, activism has continued behind ...

 

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