Category: Past actions

Contractor: Help CDC Develop ME/CFS Materials from IOM Report

CDC – Collaboration to Develop ME/CFS Educational Materials Based on IOM Report The CDC is requesting quotes from business of all sizes to assist them in the development of ME/CFS educational materials based on the IOM reports. Specifically, they are looking for contractors to assist with professional, administrative, and management support services. From The

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Send a letter to Reinstate CDC Funding for ME/CFS

We at the Solve ME/CFS initiative are calling for the CDC to reinstate funding for ME/CFS and we need your help! Please act now! The $5.4 million in CDC funding for ME/CFS has been stricken from the Senate’s version of the 2016 federal budget. As you can see from the graphic below, ME/CFS was the only

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CDC – Public Health Promotion of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

The CDC wants information from businesses about producing public radio/audio recordings to increase ME/CFS awareness
Deadline: Aug 05, 2015 4:00 pm Eastern
The goal of this work is to increase awareness of CFS through the use of public radio/audio recording. The specific objectives are to 1) produce radio/audio recording, 2) produce segments that are broadcast on NPR’s Morning Edition and on the NPR website; and 3) increase awareness of CFS and further facilitate the support of loved ones and society as a whole to improve the quality of life for patients with CFS.

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Help Action for ME Give Feedback to the House of Lords

Action for M.E. is submitting feedback to the United Kingdom’s House of Lords Select Committee on Equality Act The call for evidence covers a number of specific areas, so Action for ME is asking you to respond to a set of questions to help them form a response. Don’t worry if you aren’t able to

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Comment on the US NIH Strategic Plan

The US NIH requests public comments on their strategic plan The United States National Institutes of Health wants feedback from you on their proposed strategic plan for the next 5 years. Jennie Spotila at Occupy CFS explains why this is important: One of the major weakness of the plan is that it leaves all the

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