Tell Congress We Need An ME Champion

Send Llewellyn King’s letter to your Congressional Delegates

Llewellyn King of The White House Chronicle, a long time supporter and fighter for ME patients, has written an article on The Hill’s “Congress Blog”.
>Mr. King’s blog is a plea to members of congress, seeking a “champion” to take on the campaign for ME. The emphasis is on raising awareness about the devastation ME causes and to persuade HHS to fund research for a cure.
With this in mind, MEadvocacy.org has created an easy one click letter for US citizens to send to their congressional representatives.  It contains Llewellyn King’s full blog post.
Help us reach every member of congress!
Fill in your name and US address.  Three letters will be instantly generated and sent to your two senators and house representative.

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2 thoughts on “Tell Congress We Need An ME Champion”

  1. My daughter Laura, has this horrible disease!! It has been six years!! She is only in her 50’s and has no quality of life!! Please help raise funding for this dibelating illness!

  2. This disease is devastating to young and old and not clearly understood by the medical community. Ignoring it will only lead to more suffering and despair to the persons and families affected by it. Please consider funding for research to discover the cause and cure so that all are able to live with dignity and hope. Thank you. Kathleen Ciani

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