Category: Long Covid

Call-to-Action for CA State Chapter

Call-to-action for California: Centers of Excellence

We have a golden opportunity to secure substantial funds to address the clinical care crisis in ME/CFS and Long COVID, but your help is needed NOW. #MEAction and the Patient-Led Research Collaborative have put together a proposal that calls for the State of California to appropriate $120 million for Centers of Excellence in Long COVID along

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The Virtual Choir is Back — Submissions now Open!

We are excited to announce that submissions are now open to join our next virtual choir! We have so enjoyed sharing your lovely voices with the world, so we had to bring it back for this year’s #MillionsMissing MAY. This year, the song we will be singing is True Colors as performed by Anna Kendrick

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Facets of ME: Cognitive Dysfunction

Welcome to our second Facets of ME! This is an educational feature in which we choose one aspect of ME to dive into and explore more in-depth once a month. Our goal is to keep it understandable while still providing a great overview and links to even more detailed information.  The facet of ME that

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#MEAction Continues to Get Press for ME

#MEAction continues to prioritize getting ME in the press. We are very thankful to be featured in USA Today, North Jersey, New York Times, Infection Control Today, Times-Herald and Well+Good, all in the last few weeks!  Our press reach continues to focus on multiple audiences, including scientists and medical practitioners, the disability and chronic illness

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Facets of ME

We are excited to launch an all-new educational feature – Facets of ME! We will be diving into the multiple facets of ME/CFS including symptoms, comorbidities, practical tips, and more. Our goal is to take the first Friday of each month and delve into one particular facet of ME in a way that is easy

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National Institutes of Health campus buildings from above

NIH Long COVID research lacks clear plan to identify and track ME/CFS

MEAction has written to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) expressing our deep concern that the RECOVER Initiative research agenda lacks a clear plan for how to accurately identify or consistently track the onset of myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) cases among patients with Long COVID. This is of particular importance because a sizable fraction

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