Category: Arts & Letters

Clarification on NINDS role in ME/CFS Research

After the March 8th telebriefing with the NIH, many advocates in the ME community still came away with questions. Billie Moore, NJME/CFSA Advocacy Chair, and member of the USAWGaAnd CDC’s TDW Workgroup, was one of them. Though representatives of the NIH spoke at great length about the big picture of the new ME/CFS efforts that the organization is

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Art contest for young people with ME/CFS

The Pediatric and Adolescent ME/CFS Primer team is aiming to complete the new Primer by mid-October, 2016. As was done for the adult ME/CFS Primer, the team would appreciate having original artwork for the cover of the Pediatric and Adolescent ME/CFS Primer

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Share this film and join the petition to reform the NICE guidelines

On Friday, 30th October, Change For M.E. Change For Us launched their short film, The Last Great Medical Cover Up. The film details the extent of medical discrimination and neglect people living with M.E. are being subjected to every day. The 35 minute documentary features 6 individuals expressing what it’s really like to have a

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Stage Your Screening of Forgotten Plague!

We’re proud to announce that our new partnership with Tugg is now LIVE! Tugg is a “theatrical-on-demand” platform that gives documentary fanbases like ours access to 90% of the movie theaters in the United States. Tugg helps you book a movie theater near your home, advertise, sell tickets, and stage a high-caliber screening to build

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Portraits of invisible illness

Juliet Chenery-Robson is a freelance photo-journalist and editor in the UK. She had to put aside her career and become a full time caretaker when her daughter developed ME at age 13. Robson has spent the past 10 years raising awareness for ME. She describes an all too familiar experience with doctors: [pullquote align=”full” cite=”” link=”” color=”#E7453A” class=””

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Life with M.E. – Short Film Fundraiser

Change For M.E. Change For Us is creating a short film about discrimination and neglect that those living with M.E. must face every day in the medical community. Our volunteers are raring to go, now we just need vital funding…

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The Well Made Project – A Sense of Unexpected Events

Online art and health exhibition featuring extracts from “The State of ME” As part of London  Creativity and Wellbeing week 4-12 June, The Well Made Project is hosting an online exhibition called A Series of Unexpected Events.  ‘Over the course of a week, this online exhibition on art and health will publish an artwork by

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