Category: Finland

Doctor holds stethoscope bell with the Finnish flag. Healthcare in Finland

Advocacy Update from Finland

1. “Good practise” guidelines for ME/CFSThe Finnish Medical Society Duodecim published in November a draft for new guidelines for ME/CFS for open consultation. The deadline was 4.12 and the final Hyvä käytäntö / Good practise guidelines will be published beginning of 2021.  The timing was good as the historic NICE guidelines for ME/CFS (draft) were published in

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Announcing #MillionsMissing 2019! Join us!

Listen to the article:   We are thrilled to announce #MillionsMissing 2019! This May, we will take to the streets – or demonstrate from our beds – to show the world we are here, we are the #MillionsMissing, we will continue to fight for our demands for people with myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME). We’ve made important

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Advocacy Round-Up: End-of-Year, 2018

Our community’s advocacy work end with a big finale with our meeting with the director of the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH)!  Catch up on the latest global news from the past few months. U.S. NIH #MEAction representatives met with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) director, Dr. Francis Collins, and other key NIH leaders

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Suomalaisen Äidin Kertomus

Suomalaiset ME/CFS-potilaat tarvitsevat apuasi. Allekirjoitathan vetoomuksen! [maxbutton id=”21″ url=”” text=”Allekirjoita vetoomus!” ] Editorilta: Klikkaa tätä lukeaksesi englanninkielinen versio artikkelista. Editor’s note:  Click here to read the English translation of this article. Kaksitoista vuotta sitten syntyi poika, nuorimmaiseni. Iloinen hymyhuuli nauratti aina muita vitseillään ja oli kaikessa innolla mukana. Koulu oli kivaa, samoin urheilu ja kavereiden kanssa leikkiminen.

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The Story of a Finnish Mother

People with ME/CFS in Finland need your help. Please sign their petition! [maxbutton id=”21″ url=”” text=”Sign the petition” ] Editor’s note:  Click here to read the Finnish translation of this article. Twelve years ago a boy was born, my youngest. A happy, delightful child, always making others laugh and enthusiastically participating in everything. He liked

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